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Title: Why can I see presets in the data files that don't show up in the browser?
Post by: CaptainBlackM19 on June 21, 2021, 10:23:20 pm
Have I been denied access to these? If I search for a specific preset name I can see there, nothing comes up.
Title: Re: Why can I see presets in the data files that don't show up in the browser?
Post by: LBH on June 21, 2021, 11:32:23 pm
Hi.

Which datafiles?
Do you have the actual preset files located in the preset folder?

Do you only own Analog Lab V?
Do you own the full version of Analog Lab or a version comming with a hardware purchase?
How many Factory (not user and soundpacks) preset do you have in your Analog Lab?
Title: Re: Why can I see presets in the data files that don't show up in the browser?
Post by: CaptainBlackM19 on June 23, 2021, 07:01:48 pm
I have a registered version of Analog Lab V, which I must admit that I bought this week in the mistaken belief that it featured all Arturia presets like previous versions, rather than just 2000+.

However, the data files for each synth contain presets I donít seem to have access to e.g. a preset called Bass Sequence under Moog Modular is there, but isnít listed and canít be searched in AL5
Title: Re: Why can I see presets in the data files that don't show up in the browser?
Post by: LBH on June 23, 2021, 08:42:01 pm
I have the Modular preset Bass Sequence you mention, but not as a part of the Analog Lab Factory Bank. So as a user i don't think, you have that preset, if you only own Analog Lab V.
It sound like you have the advertized number of presets for a Analog Lab V purchase only.

You can very well have the preset name in a file somewhere, but that's not the same as you have the preset file/ an active preset file.

FYI: Presets have been removed in Analog Lab V. But Analog Lab have'nt had the same number of presets like the full V-Collection have had for years. So if you think Analog Lab 4 had them all, then you are wrong. I don't even think Analog Lab 3 had them all.
Only if you have owned the full V-Collections individual synths you have had all the presets in Analog Lab too.