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Re: How do you change presets for all mobius tracks at once?

Or you could stay with the same preset and track setup all the time
and make changes directly to whatever you need. That's how I prefere
to do it. I typically make direct changes to stuff like Subcycles,
Track Volume, Feedback, Secondary Feedback, Track Pan (rarely using
Pan though, since I already play my audio source in stereo), Speed
Step etc, etc.

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen

On Thu, Jul 4, 2013 at 8:05 AM, Jeff Larson <jeff.larson@sailpoint.com> 
> There are several ways to change presets in all tracks.   You can write a
> script, which is the default answer for most questions involving multiple
> tracks.  It has a learning curve but it will pay off in the long run.
> For example, this script will change all tracks to preset 1
>    !name All Hail Preset 1
>    for *
>      Preset 1
>    next
> A simpler approach  is to define several Track Setups with different
> presets, then select the setups with MIDI or another trigger.
> For example setup 1 could have all tracks on preset 1, setup 2 all 
> tracks on
> preset 2, etc.
> I don't recommend running more than one Mobius plugin instance in the 
> same
> host.  It is possible, but synchronization between them won't be
> as accurate as synchronizing tracks within one plugin instance.  The only
> marginally valid reason for needing multiple plugin instances
> is needing more than 16 looping tracks.  That's rare, most people can 
> find a
> way to operate with one instance, though
> when you get into track management you usually end up writing scripts.
> The Circular Labs forums are a good place to discuss Mobius scripting.
> Jeff
> ________________________________
> From: kay'lon rushing
> Sent: Thursday, July 04, 2013 12:46 AM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight
> Subject: How do you change presets for all mobius tracks at once?
> I know this sounds silly but i dont know how, if there even is a way. 
> Also
> can i run too mobius vst instances in the same host each with different
> presets?