As you know, Native Instruments has a close relationship with Logic. Those
presets are available for AU plug-ins. Avid's preset format is a TFX file.
Unless a developer specifically makes those available, preset browsing is
usually done in a plug-in's own proprietary browser which is almost always
completely inaccessible. People have saved out various plug-in presets in Pro
Tools format and shared them in the Drop Box folder. For effects plug-ins, it's
sometimes feasible to save them out with sighted assistance but with synth
plug-ins, it's pretty much out of the question with hundreds or thousands of
> On Mar 2, 2018, at 3:32 AM, Victor Tsaran <vtsa...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all.
> I am noticing a strange thing, namely that the factory presets for non-Avid
> plugins and instruments do not show up in Protools. For example, in Logic I
> can see factory presets for Replica XT, Big Band Universal Drums from
> Sonivox, etc, and can load them with no problem. However, opening the same
> instruments in Protools does not let me choose any presets. The "next" and
> "previous" buttons do not do anything as well.
> Any thoughts as to what may be going on and if there is. a way to fix this
> Thanks a lot.
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