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Save ruleset with vst preset

Posted: Fri May 01, 2020 6:46 am
by matthooper1
Hi guys

is it possible to save the rules with a vst preset (baked in)

I have tried with no luck :-(

Re: Save ruleset with vst preset

Posted: Thu Jun 04, 2020 10:18 pm
by steve@sctaylor.com
I'm brand spanking new to it, but in creating a preset, I have saved a one-instrument/staff .notion file for each sound in the preset (i.e. one each for violin, harp, horn, etc), and on each of those I've picked the custom rules (Shift Y), picked "use", and then clicked on the first note of the first measure which gives a litle square-bracketed [great rules] indicator.

From there, if I open a track in the preset that's based on this, those rules apply, but they don't show anywhere if I pull of the rules dialog. Hence baked-in.

Not sure if that's what you're hoping to do, bup that's what I discovered.

Good luck!

Re: Save ruleset with vst preset

Posted: Fri Jun 05, 2020 9:01 pm
by michaelmyers1
matthooper1 wroteHi guys

is it possible to save the rules with a vst preset (baked in)

I have tried with no luck :-(

Yes. If you create a preset with a ruleset attached to the staff, then the ruleset will be "baked into" the VST preset.

Re: Save ruleset with vst preset

Posted: Sat Jun 06, 2020 10:44 am
by matthooper1
Cheers dude ;-)

Re: Save ruleset with vst preset

Posted: Sat Jun 06, 2020 6:24 pm
by michaelmyers1
steve@sctaylor.com wroteI'm brand spanking new to it, but in creating a preset, I have saved a one-instrument/staff .notion file for each sound in the preset (i.e. one each for violin, harp, horn, etc), and on each of those I've picked the custom rules (Shift Y), picked "use", and then clicked on the first note of the first measure which gives a litle square-bracketed [great rules] indicator.

From there, if I open a track in the preset that's based on this, those rules apply, but they don't show anywhere if I pull of the rules dialog. Hence baked-in.

Not sure if that's what you're hoping to do, bup that's what I discovered.

Good luck!

That's exactly how it works! :)