The Preset System is one of the most useful features of the Virtual Mix Rack. This system allows you to fasten your workflow by using predefined configuration. If you consider the VMR System not just as a channel-strip, but as a complete Processing ToolBox, then Presets could easily become the starting point of any of your Virtual Mix Rack Plugin instance usage.
The Preset System works the same as it does in the latest Slate Digital Plugins.
Presets are organized in Banks, that you can export as separate files (both Presets and Banks), for archiving or exchange purposes.
The Preset System itself is pretty straightforward and doesn’t require any additional explanation, we wanted to keep it simple and easy to use.
Presets are divided in two Layers:
- Rack Presets
- Module Presets
Rack Presets are handled through the top ToolBar.
Module Presets are handled through the Menu that is appears when clicking on the Preset Label within each Slot.
How to organize and navigate through Presets ?
The Preset System is quite simple. The following actions allow you to interact with the Preset System:
The A/B Preset Snapshots
The Virtual Mix Rack offers a simple A<=>B System which allows a quick and easy comparison between two Racks configurations.
A/B Snapshots can be controlled and switched from the dedicated controls:
The Plugin is always operating on one of the two snapshots, A or B, the current snapshot being highlighted in yellow. You can easily copy one snapshot to the other by clicking on the arrow between the two buttons.
The A/B Snapshots can also be assigned from the Preset menu.
The Default Preset Feature / Dream Strips
The first Dream Strip is the Default VMR state (= home icon). To change it, simply re-order the Dream Strip buttons. If there are no Dream Strips, the Default VMR state is empty. For more information, please see: VMR 2.0 Features & Overview