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9. - Memory View (Touché only)

Memory View allows you to save Hardware Presets inside Touché's internal memory, so you can use Touché with your gear in Standalone mode, even without a computer.

This is also useful if you want to control plug-ins that don't support the host automation needed for Lié's mapping routine, but do support MIDI CC automation.

Click on “MEMORY VIEW” in the Main Menu to open it.

You can see 24 different memory slots, sorted in 6 banks. Each bank has its own colour, and the number of dots represents the preset number. When in Standalone mode, Touché’s LEDs will be colour corresponding to the currently selected bank, and the number of LEDs lit will represent the number of the preset.

You can store one preset per slot. To save a preset in Memory View

1. Click on a slot (it will turn white)

2. Double click on a Hardware Preset in the Browser on the left. The preset is now displayed inside the slot.

3. Repeat the procedure for each preset you want to transmit.

4. Once you’ve done your selection, click on “SAVE IN TOUCHE” to transfer those presets in Touché’s internal memory. Do not disconnect Touché before the end of the process.

A click on the cancelling cross next to the slot will place the default preset in the slot. A click on “Delete All” will the restore the default preset in all slots.

You can now use Touché in Standalone Mode. Quit Lié or un-plug Touché from your computer and plug it to an USB power adapter, then connect Touché’s MIDI OUT port to your synth’s MIDI IN port, using the bundled 5-pin DIN to 1/8" adapter cable. Alternatively, the USB MIDI main port carries the same messages. If your synth offers USB host functionality, you can hook up Touché to it directly, see Using Touché to control hardware synths or other external devices via USB MIDI.

More details about the workflow with Hardware Presets and how to connect your hardware synth are available here: How to use Hardware Presets

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