Not specific to Sonsig, but as long as we're talking about your preset naming convention (based on Acon Verberate presets I've bought from you): having a leading zero for single-digits would preserve the alphanumeric sort order I believe you intended. On my setup (Mac/Ableton) your presets are ordered 1, 11, 12, 13...2, 22, 23, etc... - Instead of 01, 02, 03...09, 10, 11, 12...Again this may be unique to specific soundsets.SteveWZ wrote: ↑Wed Jul 10, 2019 3:13 pmThanks for picking up the presets.walltone wrote: ↑Wed Jul 10, 2019 1:12 pmBought both Sonsig and your presets. I wish there were better names (detailed or more abstract/inspiring - “vocal 1”,”vocal12” are not doing it for me, though I hear some really great programming behind). Or am I asking a lot here?SteveWZ wrote: ↑Sat Jul 06, 2019 4:05 pmA Sonsig 224 Hall on a bazantar:
https://soundcloud.com/synth-presets-co ... nsig-rev-a
Fair feedback, I tend to switch between styles of preset naming.
Some seem to prefer the categorical approach for simplicity while others more individual names.
I can see the advantage of both.
The thinking here was that "Pro Studio Spaces" for is setup as a kind of tool kit for Sonsig Rev-A.
Thats why we went with the quick scroll method.
For the next one we will take your approach.
Thanks again for the good feedback.
Back OT - I go on and off the Relab subscription as needed, looking forward to checking out Sonsig sometime!