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MESSE 2018: Camelot - Apple MainStage Competitor

Apple's MainStage is a excellent way for musicians to easily swap presets through different songs during a live set, but it is limited to macOS. Tom from SYNTH ANATOMY found Camelot at Musikmesse, which offers the same functionality and is going to be coming to macOS, Windows, and even iOS!

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I missed this news at NAMM 2018 but I covered it now on Musikmesse 2018. Camelot is a new host application for the stage made in collaboration between FATAR, Audio Modelling Instruments and Jordan Rudess.

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Great news. Is there date of relase for ios?
April 17, 2018  | person_outline Stan
Does this do things that can't be done with other iOS apps?
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