Edit the saved value for a mapped parameter
Each mapped parameter has a saved value. If you set the Parameter Values: On Patch Change pop-up menu to “Reset to saved value” in MainStage > Preferences > General or in the Attributes tab of the Screen Control Inspector, the parameter value for a patch returns to the last saved value when you change patches.
You can view and edit the saved value for each parameter mapping in the Screen Control Inspector. If you change the value of a parameter in performance by manipulating screen controls, those changes are saved only for the selected patch. Editing the saved value in the Screen Control Inspector ensures that the value is saved, regardless of whether the patch is selected.
To have MainStage reset patch parameters each time you select a patch, choose “Reset to saved value” from the On Patch Change pop-up menu. You can edit the saved values directly in the Screen Control Inspector, or by manipulating screen controls in a patch, then saving the concert with the patch selected. This behavior is similar to a hardware synthesizer or effects unit.
To have MainStage save all changes to all patches when saving the concert, choose “Keep current value” from the On Patch Change pop-up menu. With this setting, when you save the concert, all edits made to all patches are saved in the concert. This behavior is similar to many document-based computer applications.
Edit the saved value for a parameter
In the Screen Control Inspector, click the tab for the mapping.
The current saved value for the parameter appears in the Saved Value value slider.
To edit the saved value, do one of the following:
Change the value in the Saved Value value slider.
Drag the slider to the right of the value slider left or right.
Note: When you save a concert, the current value of each screen control in the currently selected patch is saved in the concert. You can see the values update in the Screen Control Inspector. When you export a patch, the current parameter values become the saved values in the exported patch.