Would be nice, if there were also some quicksave buttons next to the “enable keyboard”-checkbox in the external instrument popup. Logic also has an handy compare button. It’s great while designing sounds and comparing made changes.
It’s kind of annoying to work with single-step undo operations.
As in the directory view or the automation view:
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And it would be cool, if the saved presets would be saved per instrument, so if I open a new instance of (for example) “Bassline VST”, the presets I saved within “Bassline VST” are availble. If I open “Drums VST”, the presets I saved in “Drums VST” are availble. Because it makes no sense to have presets of “Bassline VST” in “Drums VST”.
The changement of the settings by pressing a preset button should be able to reverted by using “undo”.
With this I easily can:
Modify a preset and and compare to the old state
Make a new instance of an instrument and easily transfer the preset
Why this? Maybe I did not get it, but… The plugin settings are also saved in a Renoise song, so why this should not be possible? There must be a functionality like “give me current state of plugin” for vst plugins… And using a plugin implemented dialogue/method/save functionality isn’t the same as quicksave preset buttons.
Ok, maybe it would be enough to have two buttons: “Copy settings”, “Paste settings”. But with some more buttons you could really easily compare changes.