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Getting Started with Ultimate Rhodes Collection

Learn how to install and use your new patches

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Written by Trevor
Updated over a week ago

Thanks for purchasing the ‘Ultimate Rhodes Collection’ bundle for MainStage, Logic and StageReady!

This product contains presets and samples from Greg Burkin's 1980's MK II Fender Rhodes sampled at 8 velocity layers through the Shadow Hills Equinox preamp. These samples where then run through various Styrmon BigSky presets and other reverbs to create a collection of pads that partner perfectly with these dry Rhodes samples!



Download and unzip the files from

Run each .pkg file and follow the instructions to install your patches for MainStage, StageReady and Logic.

Loading Patches


  1. Create a blank patch and open the Inspector

2. The Patch Library will now contain your new patches inside the Instrument folder. Simply click Ultimate Rhodes Collection and select a patch to load it.


  1. Create a blank patch and open the Inspector (see above).

  2. Navigate to the - - folder and locate 'StageReady Expansion Packs'.

3. Pick the channel strip you'd like to load a patch onto, and select your sound.


  1. Create a blank Software Instrument and open the Logic Pro Library

  2. Select User Patches and locate Ultimate Rhodes Collection

  3. Click a patch to load it

Project Files

If you'd prefer to browse every patch inside a MainStage concert or Logic project, locate the folder named Ultimate Rhodes Collection by Peter James and you will find all the additional content you need.

This folder also contains the Patch files and EXS Instruments inside the Presets folder.

Sample Instrument Locations

The installer moves the Samples and Instruments into their correct location to make your life easier. If you would like to access those files, head to:


/Macintosh HD/Users/yourusername/Music./Audio Music Apps/Sampler Instruments

Overview and Walkthrough Video

All programming, images and text © Peter James Productions 2020 All Rights Reserved.

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