Presets

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Tranzistow presets can be viewed in a text editor, and this can be useful when you want to try copying parts of one preset to another preset, or when uploading to a site that does not allow unknown file types.

As an example, copy the following to your text editor and save as a text file, then rename the 3 letter .txt extension to .hp (N.B. Windows usually has the file type extension hidden by default, but it can be unhidden by opening Windows Explorer then select Tools > Folder options, select the View tab and untick "Hide extensions for known file types" then OK and close.)


[Engine]

Version=4.8.0

Build=16.08.2016/4

Author=HrastProgrammer

[Osc.2]

OscSemitone=3

[Osc.3]

OscSemitone=7

[Osc.4]

OscSemitone=10

[AuxOsc.1]

AuxOscWaveform=2048

AuxOscFixedFreq=5.6122169

AuxOscLevel=1

[Mixer.1]

MixerInput1=5

MixerLevel1=1

[ModMatrix.1]

ModSource=1

ModDest=17

ModAmount=-1

[MidiModMatrix.1]

MidiModSource=0

[MidiModMatrix.2]

MidiModSource=0

[Modules]

OscMode=1

MixerMode=1



Save the above contents to a text file and rename the file as

TH - Rotor Tutorial.hp

(Note that you don't need to have spaces for each line, only a space before each section that begins with a [ Unfortunately I cannot seem to do this on the wiki. To make more sense, open some of the existing Tranzistow presets with a text editor and you should understand what I mean.)