Like I mentioned, the issue is not just with Native Instruments stuff, but
other vendors as well, like Sonivox.
Your point is well taken though.
It is too bad that vendors provide plugins compatible with protools but do
not port the presets.
Thanks for the clarification.
On Friday, March 2, 2018 at 6:32:52 AM UTC-8, Slau Halatyn wrote:
> Hi Vic,
> 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 presets.
> 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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