If you are using MainStage 3.6.0, and you need to set up a different knob or fader instead of a mod wheel to control modulation or Song Specific Patches, you may have experienced a bug that did not allow you to set this up as shown in this tutorial video. This issue has now been fixed in MainStage 3.6.1.
Please keep reading for How to Update MainStage Safely.
We highly recommend you always exercise caution and patience to ensure that any initial issues are worked out before you hit the stage with unproven versions of MainStage/MacOS.
In MainStage 3.6.0, the Send to All > Keyboard 1 Destinations screen looked like below:
To fix this issue, you have two choices:
1. Open a Time Machine backup of an earlier version of MainStage 3.5 - we currently recommend using MainStage 3.5.3 if possible. If it helps you decide, the Sunday Sounds team is continuing to build in 3.5.3 for now.
2. Update to MainStage 3.6.1 that was released on 5/4/22. In our initial testing of MainStage 3.6.1 the majority of 3.6.0 issues we're aware of (including this Mod Wheel bug) appears to have been addressed. One open issue in 3.6.0 that doesn't appear to have been resolved in 3.6.1 causes Ultrabeat to not locate some of its Factory sample content. If you use Worship Beats Vol 2, 3, and 4 libraries in 3.6.1, this could continue to cause issues for you.
If you choose to update to MainStage 3.6.1, just make sure to backup your current MainStage build first by following the steps in this article.