Please note that we are not a dealer for Realtime Music Solutions - they don’t have any dealers and so we just pass the cost on to you if you require it.
We recommend that you download the demo version of the show you are doing and play around with it on your own equipment, or we can post you a DVD ROM containing the demo to install. If you decide to go ahead and purchase the full version, you are then perfectly free to order the full software directly from RMS and install it on your own computer(s) or alternatively we can order it on your behalf and set it all up on one of our laptops for a small fee.
This screenshot shows you what the Aida (reduced orchestration) setup could be like with all the windows open. This screen resolution (1920x1080) is the native resolution of our laptops, allowing enough space to show all three keyboard setups together. It is simply a case of going 'next, next, next' through the show when the music tells you to change sounds (via the bottom two keys on the keyboard).
On the left is the list of numbers in the show and to the right of that the list of patches for each keyboard for the current song. The output mixer allows you to tweak the volumes and routings etc. Once it's running the main thing you need to keep an eye on is the main window in the middle which shows the current patches on all the keyboards for the current number.
These are the current shows available at the time of writing. You get the proper patches and any sound effects for all the keyboard parts in a show (even if one is just a piano). For an up to date list, please visit www.rms.biz/products/keyboards.
If ordering the software via us and hiring one of our laptops, we can set everything up for you and provide support for a small fee. So it should just be a case of plugging everything in and playing around with it until you know how it all works.