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Kendall W Cochran III
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Would be cool if there were a way to Batch Audio FX. So we could load the ones we use a lot so, I could have a preset to load per se'

Reverb delay Compressor.

 

Side question, I thought that Chowmatrix came with presets?

Thanks!


   
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@pbeprod

You can save AUX layer presets, but unfortunately there's no way to load these into INST layers. One thing you can do is to put your preferred effect combination into a ComboBox instance, and then use "save plug-in state" to create a reusable ComboBox preset.

Finally, you can also save an INST layer preset (setting the instrument plug-in to e.g. Sine Wave Synth). To use this at a later time, when you already have an instrument loaded and set up on INST layer A:

  1. Create a new INST layer B
  2. Load your layer preset into the new INST layer B
  3. Put a new instance of your desired instrument into layer B
  4. Copy the state of the original plug-in instance on layer A
  5. Paste into the new instance on layer B
  6. Delete layer A

 


   
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Kendall W Cochran III
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@getdunne yep that makes sense, thanks!


   
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Posted by: @Anonymous

If there was method to Batch Audio FX, that would be nice. In order to have preset to load specifically, we might load the ones we often utilize. <a 

You can put a group of audio-effect plug-ins inside a ComboBox instance (which also allows more complicated connections like sidechaining, parallel effects, etc.) and then save the state of that ComboBox as a state preset.

To re-load, add a new ComboBox, then load plug-in state from your saved preset.

 


   
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