Is it possible to save all presets to the computer ?

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    Awrlord
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    Hi,

    I’m thinking about creating a librarian plugin with ctrlr, is it possible to save all presets to the computer(midi or sysex format) ?

    If the answer is yes, I plan to create a file list on the panel including text files for each preset in the second stage, and load it to hardware by request.

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    dnaldoog
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    I used the DEMO Files.panel to learn about this. It should be in a folder DEMOS included when you installed Ctrlr. You can learn a lot from those Demos.

    Regards,

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    Awrlord
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    So you say this is possible, i will check the demo thank you.

    my idea is exactly as follows;

    1) Save all programs from hardware to computer in a text file(maybe with a button)
    2) Panel can list all presets already downloaded from hardware.
    3) When i select a preset from list, panel will update all parameters of current selected preset in hardware, at the same time controls in panel will update (take values from saved preset in computer, not from hardware)
    4) The user can update preset on the computer at any time, or save new version of saved preset on computer/hardware.

    If all these are possible in ctrlr, I will spend time to learn.

    Best.

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    dnaldoog
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    All very possible!

    There’s a panel by Goodweather that is pretty deep and you can learn a lot from it as well as those demos and of course the forum.

    If you can read c++ code, there is also the source code.

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    Possemo
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    As dnaldoog said, yes this is all possible and done in a couple of free panels. You would have to study the sysex implementation of the synth and code Lua scripts that will send/receive and process the specific sysex data of your synth.

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