Thankyou very much for these useful presets and to the synth's author for creating a free, useful resource. I like to give synths a chance and I get a kick out of making music with them. Thanks to everyone who makes such a big deal about this stuff.
Nice synth in general. But I think it needs a little bit more of stability.
How do I know which version I have?
Also it doesn't load presets from Cubase's default preset window (load preset) despite there are presets list. It is a little but frustrating - you see the list, pick preset, but plugin doesn't load it. You ought to use plugin's built in preset manager. Can I mix xml and vstpreset files? In c:\Users\admin\Documents\VST3 Presets\Mastrcode Music\T-Force Alpha Plus 2 folder?
To get version at least on 1.0.2 you right click on VST title and click "about..." in your DAW. Works on my copy, but only have the one preset "Acid Sequence". Do like to work from existing ones to learn easier, but will see. Good luck.
Hi! I have been searching on google but could not find any reference to presets not showing but here. Could anybody solve this?
When I click on "Presets" button nothing happens and if I try to load a preset with the "Menu" button, presets aren't on the proper format (the ones I have on the directory where VST3 is are ".sem" files). So I can not load them. But It may also be that those files aren't the presets itselves. What am I doing wrong?
Have found no other presets yet, am looking, just installed this VST. Seems the *.SEM file extensions are associated with SynthEdit.exe most likely, as Alpha Software is not that likely which also can use .SEM extensions, but does seem to be associated with business app development. So my best guess is SynthEdit, but these should not be presets, would leave them alone.
Have same issue in ver. 1.0.2 with "Preset" button, did read text files in apps directory but still no luck. I see only one preset, but is sound great, perhaps a default in dll or elsewhere. If you see any usable presets, please post here. Maybe given time developer, Mastrcode, could enlighten us.