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L2 Presets Incomplete. Put all articulations in Presets?
Last post Fri, Dec 12 2014 by umarekawaru, 1 replies.
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Posted on Fri, Dec 12 2014 02:12
by umarekawaru
Joined on Fri, Dec 28 2012, Posts 77

I have the Standard and Extended libraries of many instruments but the presets contain less than half of the articulations. For example,  three out of twenty dynamics on Flute 1. 

You've concentrated on putting many things that I don't use for now,  like runs . Who uses prebuilt runs before using dynamics?
I am forced to spend half days per instrument to create usuable presets controllable from my DAW by keyswitches. I put absolutely everything in a standard set of matrices and never have to touch it again. Otherwise, what a nightmare if I had to change things around per project.  My SSD is fast enough to load it without waiting too long and I have 48 gigs of RAM. 

To make room for so many articulations, I have to fiddle with the X and Y controls and matrix list and keyboard octave locations. 

I'm still learning so my viframes are not always backwards compatible to all projects when I change things around. As my preset library grows, it is a nightmare to manage. I have to save a new version of my viframe "template" file but what if I lose track of which version I used for a project?

I shouldn't have to worry about all this.  Why can't you create a standard preset for beginners that contains everything we bought?

Am I doing this all wrong?  Can you create a video on preset management if it does not exist?  Can we work together to setup a standard? Are other customers wondering about this?

At first, I wondered where all my purchased articulations where! I though I might have misinstalled the extended libraries.

Though its ok, there must be a better way than using MIDI keyswitches and matrices.  You guys are creative. You might come up with something better that will leave your competitors in the dust ( again ). Great looking new web site by the way.

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