To open the Main Preset Browser, click on the current preset name:
The Main Preset Browser gives access to the complete main preset library. You will find the included Factory presets alongside your personal User presets, once you created some.
The Factory Preset Library is sorted in different categories based on the preset type and playing style. You will find an additional User category gathering your own custom creations.
Shows all presets from the selected category. Presets within a category are sorted alphabetically.
To load a preset:
click on the current preset’s name
select a category
select a preset by clicking on its name
To save the current preset:
click on the SAVE icon
! Performing save on a preset will automatically update the current opened preset. Its former state will be erased and replaced by the current state of the preset.
You cannot overwrite the Factory presets. If ‘save’ is performed on a Factory preset, then it will automatically be stored in your User folder as a new preset.
To save the current state as a new preset :
click on the arrow next to the save icon
click on the Save As label
type your preset name in the dialog box
! When saving a preset under an existing name, a dialog box will give you the option to overwrite the previously saved preset.
All your saved presets will be automatically placed as individual files in the user folder. The user preset folder can be managed manually with macOS Finder or Windows Explorer by navigating to the following directory:
You are in fact able to freely move all preset files in this folder, as well as to create new folders there. It will be reflected in the dropdown menu of the browser. Just make sure to keep the ‘MainPresets’ and ‘LayerPresets’ as parent folders.
To open the Layer Preset Browser, click on one of the layer’s preset names in the navigation bar:
The Layer Preset Browser behaves in the same way as the Main Preset Browser explained in the paragraphs above, but on a layer basis.