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ozfrog

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Hi,

 

having just moved from MainStage 2.2 to V3 my favorite Hammond Organ module, the N.I. B4-II is no longer recognized, and a new installation of that module is being asked for.

Dilemma - I have just spent a month setting up a new show on V2.2, there are some nice sounds I could use in V3 and V3 will read my old V2,2 MainStage file fine.

I am a little concerned about reinstalling the N.I. module;

1. Will V2,2 still run as before.

2. Will V3 still be able to load my V2.2 file once the module has been reinstalled.

3. The module is no longer on the N.I. catalogue so my saved version might date from "Snow-Lion".

 

All this on a 2014 MBPro Retina

 

Cheers

 

Ozfrog

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having just moved from MainStage 2.2 to V3 my favorite Hammond Organ module, the N.I. B4-II is no longer recognized, and a new installation of that module is being asked for.

Dilemma - I have just spent a month setting up a new show on V2.2, there are some nice sounds I could use in V3 and V3 will read my old V2,2 MainStage file fine.

I am a little concerned about reinstalling the N.I. module;

1. Will V2,2 still run as before.

2. Will V3 still be able to load my V2.2 file once the module has been reinstalled.

3. The module is no longer on the N.I. catalogue so my saved version might date from "Snow-Lion".

 

OK, I think Native Instruments stopped developing the B4. That's why the plugin is stuck as a 32-bit version, which is no longer supported by MainStage (or Logic Pro for that matter).

 

Your questions:

- MainStage 2.2 should still work

- MainStage 3 can load MainStage 2.2 files. The NI plugin will be crossed out and not make any sound.

- You might want to try the new organ in MainStage 3. While always being very good, it was improved significantly.

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