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Section for Sharing User Layer Presets and Presets?


klasus
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Hi. I have created some init Layer and plugin chain Presets for some of my synths like massive with assigned macros, serum, monark and stuff like that. 

I wonder if we could maybe have a section in this forum where we can share them.

Thanks. 


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getdunne
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Done -- see https://forums.pluginguru.com/unify-share/ . My first post has some guidelines which I hope will be helpful.


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klasus
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Nice. Thank you. I will upload some soon.


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RobertPeveler
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Hi - Sorry if this is the wrong part of the forum, but I don't really understand how to manage layer presets.  I can create them, but how would I delete them (I now have an annoying duplicate in one category with a subtly different name) and how would I export them to share?

Couldn't find anything in the manual.

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getdunne
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@robertpeveler

There is nothing in the Unify GUI for deleting layer presets. Thanks for pointing that out; I'll put it on the to-do list.

Layer presets are stored as XML files in the Layer Presets folder under your main Unify data folder. You should be able to recognize them by name, and delete any you don't want. You can also share them with other users, but you should include instructions (similar to what I write here) for how to locate the Layer Presets folder, and which sub-folder they should go into.

Although we generally advise against mucking about with Unify's files, adding and deleting layer preset files manually is perfectly safe.


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RobertPeveler
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Brilliant, many thanks.


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