presets in odd place, how to fix this ????

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presets in odd place, how to fix this ????

Post by Brain » Fri Aug 29, 2014 6:18 pm

in the manual is states.....
User-defined presets are saved in the following location:
-Windows: \Users\<user name>\AppData\Roaming\VST3 presets\<company>\<plug-in name>
but I just discovered that on my system they are being saved on a network drive.
in the same folder as my Word Documents pertaining to customers products.
computer\J-drive\mixlogs

Why are they being stored here ???
How do I get them to store in the correct places (as stated in the manual) ????

I just check, the presets are being sent to the wrong place with both N6.0 and N6.5

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Re: presets in odd place, how to fix this ????

Post by Brandy » Tue Sep 02, 2014 11:41 pm

Sorry I can not help here - I can just add that it annoys and confuses me how preset files are stored in Steinberg Software. That changed about 10 times in the last 14 years - resulting that I usually loose all my presets when I went on with a new Version or a new DAW... I just stopped using presets. It is a shame but I am not able to 100% understand how and why the handling of presets changed that often. At least the most current path/way seems to be quite cool, but I never transfered the presets from my old DAW 3 months ago.. Because - depending on the plugins - third party stuff is stored somewhere else etc...
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