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Synthesizers that share/display their patch presets within Unify

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terrybritton
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In Unify, if you add a layer using one of your synth plugins (VST2 only), chances are it may display all of its available presets from a convenient drop-down list within Unify! So even if a synth has not been "Unified" yet, you can still enjoy quick access to its presets from within Unify.

With such synths, clicking on the "target" button to the right of the synth name will display an additional flyout called, "Change Program". The flyout menu will contain all the presets that synth shares. Sometimes synths have multiple banks of patches, in which case selecting the bank from within the synthesizer's GUI will change the drop-down listing to that bank's preset list. (The old Linplug synths work that way!)

Many older VST2 synths and effects share their presets this way. Try a few!

To start, if you own Reaktor just about all of the synths, sequencers, generators and FX items share their presets, along with any you add/save yourself.

The following is a list of qualifying Reaktor items for you to explore:

Flesh
Kontour
Micro Prism
Molecular
Monark
Polyplex Kick
Polyplex One-Shot
Polyplex Percussion
Polyplex Snare
Polyplex User
Polyplex Ensemble
Prism
Prism FX
Razor
Rounds
Skanner XT
Spark
TRK 01 Bass
TRK 01 Kick
The Finger
The Mouth

 

Reaktor Blocks:
Blip
Curve Trax
Drive
Dual Gen
Duality
Elaine
Kyaraben
Lumikko
Monark Mikro
Morph Twin
Motor Beat
Organ Blaster
Quadrapolis
Quant FM
Shift Run
Squares
Steps
Submotion
XY

 

Reaktor Blocks Wired:
Lumikko
Submotion
XY

 

Reaktor Factory Library:

 

Effects:

Analogic Filter Box
Anima
Banaan Electrique
Classic Vocoder
Cyan
Echomania
EnFX Delay
EnFX Distortion
EnFX Filter
EnFX
Flat Blaster
Flat Blaster 2
Fusion Reflections
Grainstates FX
Longflow
Resochord
Space Master 2
Space Master 5.1 Surround
Space Master Quadrapolis
Space Master Stereo
Spring Tank
Two Knees Compressor

 

Grooveboxes:

Aerobic
GoBox
Krypt Apparat
Krypt
L3
Limelite
Massive
Newscool
Random Step Shifter
Ryhthmaker
Scenario
SineBeats 2
Splitter
Vectory

 

Sequenced Synthesizers:

Akkord
Atmotion
Blue Matrix
Vierring
WaveWeaver
Sequencers:
Spiral
SQ16
SQ8
SQ8x8
SQP
SQX

 

Sound Generators:

Metaphysical Fumction A
Metaphysical Fumction B
Skrewell
Space Drone

 

Synthesizers:

2-Osc
Carbon
Carbon 2
Equinoxe Deluxe
FM4
Gaugear
Green Matrix
Grobian
Junatik
Kaleidon
Lazerbass
Nanowave
Oki Computer 2
Photone
Sound School Analog
Steam Pipe
Steam Pipe 2
SubHarmonic
Sum Synth
Titan

 

Reaktor Factory Selection R2:
Carbon 2
LazerbassNewscool
Space Drone

 

Have fun!

Terry


   
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samelot
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I just noticed this feature when working with Microtonic. Very handy!


   
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terrybritton
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@samelot Yes, it really is a VERY handy way to access older synths, especially as those likely have not and likely will never be "Unified"! 🙂

Terry


   
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