How do I get Stagelight?
You can download the Windows version of Stagelight HERE

You can find the Android version in the Google Play Store

What are the system requirements for Stagelight?


210MB of free disc space

Screen Resolution: 1280×768

Windows 7/8 (32bit and 64bit)

Intel Bay Trail class processors or higher

Minimum device specs are:

Dual-Core CPU

1024 x 768 resolution screen


300MB of free space

Android 4.4+

Recommended device specs are:

Quad-Core CPU

2GB RAM or more

How do I log in to Stagelight?

Log in

You will need to create a new user account or login to your existing account in order to access the in app store and download the features and content that you have purchased.

For returning users, you will just need to enter the email address that you used to purchase Stagelight in the login section of the in app store.

For new users, you will need to click the create account button and create a new account.

**Please note that promo codes or product keys are not necessary to create an account.**

Product keys are only given out to our retail partners, like Dell and Guitar Center and promo codes are used for special promotions. Once you have enter your email address or created a new account, you will be sent a verification email, you will need to reply to this to complete the login process.

What are rewards credits?

Rewards credits are free credits that can be earned by registering Stagelight, inviting friends to try Stagelight with our referral system, and during some special promotions.

These credits can be used to purchase items in the rewards tab of the in app store.

Once you have added reward items to the cart, each reward item will be marked with an (R), letting you know that your rewards credits will be applied to the purchase.

Also, at the bottom of the cart, you will be able to see how much of your rewards credits will be applied to your total purchase. When using rewards credits, please make sure that you review the items in your shopping cart before you check out to make sure that they are all rewards items.

How can I purchase Items in the In-App Store?

In the Windows version of Stagelight, you can use a credit card directly in the app to make purchases.
In the Android version, you will need to purchase credits through the google play store. These credits can be used in both the Windows and Android versions.

What are the differences between the Windows and Android versions of Stagelight?
The Windows and android version of Stagelight are functional the same, but they require separate licenses. All in app content is shared between devices and projects and be transferred from Android to Windows.

The Windows version of Stagelight supports VST plugins, which are not available on the Android platform.

Why is Stagelight not displaying properly?
stagelight app open gl fix

Stagelight 2.3 uses a new version of Open GL to increase performance. Some computers will need to either update the Intel graphics drivers or turn off open gl to solve graphical issues caused by older versions of Open GL.

Here is a link to the latest Open GL drivers from INTEL. If this does not work, please turn off Open GL, you can do this by going to

C:\Program Files\Stagelight and running StagelightOpenGLSetting.

Make sure that off is selected in the StagelightOpenGLSetting tool and press exit.  If you are still having issues with this, please open a support ticket HERE

USB Mic Set Up?


You will need to set up ASIO 4 ALL to use most USB mics in Stagelight. In the link below, you can download this PDF guide that will walk you through setting this up.

How do I connect a Midi Keyboard?

You can configure up to 8 Midi Devices (controllers and keyboards) in Stagelight. To activate your midi controllers, go to Menu > Options > Midi Input. When you add an instrument track you will be able to play the instrument from any midi device that you have added. You can also press the track I/O button on your instrument track and choose a single device that will play the instrument on your track.

How do I Record Audio in Stagelight?
The video below will walk you through how to set Stagelight up to record audio.
I can't hear anything?

If you are not able to hear anything in Stagelight make sure that your internet browser, Skype, media players like iTunes, and any other audio programs are closed. After closing these programs you will need to close and reopen Stagelight. If you still can not hear anything after closing other programs, go to Menu > Settings > Audio and make sure that your primary audio device, normally labeled Speakers, is selected under Audio Device. You may need to restart Stagelight if you change the ASIO Device If you still can not hear anything after following the first two steps, close Stagelight, download and install ASIO4ALL from http://www.asio4all.com/ Open Stagelight and go to Menu > Settings > Audio and select ASIO4ALL as the audio device. See if you are able to get sound at that point. Please look over the ASIO4ALL FAQ for troubleshooting.

Stagelight can't find my virtual Instrument/FX plugins?


Stagelight supports VST instrument and FX plugins. To use VST plugins in Stagelight you will need to go to Menu > Settings > Plugins and set your plugin directories by clicking in one of the four blank slots. The most common plugin paths are C:/Program Files/VstPlugins and C:/Program Files/Steinberg/Vstplugins. Check these locations outside of Stagelight before you set your plugin directories to be sure that you setting the correct path. After you have set your VST plug in paths, press the Rescan All button. It may take a few minutes to scan all of your VST plugins.

How do I transfer my Stagelight projects from Android to Windows?
On Windows and Android, Stagelight has the same basic file structure. All your song will be located in the song folder in the Open Labs Library. To transfer song, you will need to contact you Android device to your PC via USB and move the your song’s folder from one Open labs Library to another.

In Windows, the Open Labs Library is located in  

C:\Users\Public\Documents\Open Labs Library

on you android device, the Open Labs Library is located in


Can I add my own sounds and loops to Stagelight?
Can I add my own sounds and loops to Stagelight

You can use the import audio button that is located in the sound browser to load any audio file onto an audio track.

To audio sounds to the Drum track’s sound browser, Follow these steps. 

Make sure that Stagelight is closed. You will need add a new folder that contain all the samples that you would like to use in the drum track to this location:


C:\Users\Public\Documents\Open Labs Library\Drum Kits.



The samples will be available in the drum track’s sound browser the next time you launch Stagelight.

Audio Recording is off on Android. What can I do?
Calibrate your device to compensate for audio recording latency by following the steps below:

-Start Stagelight and press the Menu button on the Home Screen.

-Select “Calibrate Recording” to display the Audio Latency Tester.

-Make sure your speakers are turned up and that you do not have headphones plugged in.

-Press the “Run Calibration” button. You will hear 8 long beeps which will calculate the latency of your device.

-Press OK to close the Audio Latency Tester

How to apply to the Stagelight Forum?

If you would like to join the Stagelight forum, please send an email to support@openlabs.com and we will send you an invitation code.

What is the return policy for Stagelight In-App purchases?

Stagelight In-App Refund Policy:


  • No refunds will be issued for in-app purchases including 3rd Party Content, Audio Loops and Sounds

Incompatibility Refunds:

  • Refunds in the form of Stagelight Store Credit may be issued for incompatibility reasons only
  • Stagelight Store Credit can only be issued for Stagelight Features, Instruments and Effects
  • Contact Support HERE to request a store credit refund
What is the Stagelight user licensing agreement?