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scariaga

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I've noticed that on some of my AU plug ins such as Camel Phat, Octopus (Papen) and surge that the presets for the instruments show up in the Logic window presets menu(the same drop down that shows presets for Logic instruments and effects). I was wondering if there is somewhere I should be copying all of my other AU plug in presets to so that I can have same option with all of my AU plugins (Native instruments, Lingplugs). I looked everywhere and I didn't seem to see the presets for Camel or Octopus in any special place. Anybody have any insight on this?
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Hey scariaga!

 

You might want to take a look at this thread http://www.logicprohelp.com/viewtopic.php?t=15267

 

Hope that's what you're after :wink:

 

hey thanks so much! I wanted to contribute some of mine own but I'm not sure how to save the presets as .aupreset, how do I do this?

 

That would be great. :D

It's really easy. Simply open your plugin instrument, then go to its preset list and load the first one. Then, at the top of the instrument window, the new header for Logic's plugin windows, there's a drop down menu with a few options, being one of them the Save option. Select it and save it with the same name of your factory plugin preset (if that particular instrument has preset folders, here is where you create them also).

After this you should see it listed at the left of the arrange window, inside the browser, as Logic's own presets.

Then, it's just a matter of repeating the process for all the other presets. It may take some time for instruments with a lot of presets, but it sure pays off in the end.

 

Hope this works for you, and thank's for your cooperation.

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Hey scariaga!

 

You might want to take a look at this thread http://www.logicprohelp.com/viewtopic.php?t=15267

 

Hope that's what you're after :wink:

 

hey thanks so much! I wanted to contribute some of mine own but I'm not sure how to save the presets as .aupreset, how do I do this?

 

That would be great. :D

It's really easy. Simply open your plugin instrument, then go to its preset list and load the first one. Then, at the top of the instrument window, the new header for Logic's plugin windows, there's a drop down menu with a few options, being one of them the Save option. Select it and save it with the same name of your factory plugin preset (if that particular instrument has preset folders, here is where you create them also).

After this you should see it listed at the left of the arrange window, inside the browser, as Logic's own presets.

Then, it's just a matter of repeating the process for all the other presets. It may take some time for instruments with a lot of presets, but it sure pays off in the end.

 

Hope this works for you, and thank's for your cooperation.

 

OK thats what I was afraid of. That would take time for instruments with hundreds of presets. Will be a work in process for me. thanks

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Yeah, that's why this thread was created, to get everyone to contribute with something, and that way it wont be so hard :D

I know what you mean, I personally did all the NI Komplete 4 instruments. That's thousands of presets. But well, a bit everyday, you'll get there ;)

 

Thanks for your cooperation.

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