To start with: fantastic! Björn has created a great synth again, excellent.
The synth - simulates the Korg Trident MK III with all players and other extras that have been recorded by Björn. - the operation is intuitive, - the filters are ... super fast :) - In terms of sound, the synth is great, very clean sounds that can be created with - CPU hunger is minimal, just too ridiculous ... Hats off to great programming.
What actually started with a demo track to test the new synth for a few sounds has now become a full piece of music that you can listen on my Sondcloud page to start what you can do with the synth:
A truly great synth, and it is free!!! One of the best from Bucket this time. Tons of tweek possibilities and many great presets as starting points. Can compete with many "lots of dollars" synths. I have a bunch of those too, however this free synth impresses. A huge thx.
Great synth thank you fot what you do. Would you please consider oversampling? Try for example program 22 in Tricent III. There is pretty bad aliasing. :(If I switch for example to 196kHz sampling rate than chirping disaperares "completely. I think all of your synths would greatly benefit from oversampling. See for example explanation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jCwIsT0X8M
Sorry, but i have no mac so i can't tell you where to put them :(.
Take a look into the manual, page 10. With the Options Menu that is a description how you can load programs. On my Windows PC i can load the Presets from everywhere on my harddrive, so i hope this also works on the Mac.
Some synths are made with an onboard browser that lets you access 3. party presets directly in that browser. Other synths (and this is often the case with less costly synths and free ones) you need to place the presets "somewhere" and access by loading the preset bank or the preset itself from the "load" system.
On my MAC I create a folder with the Synth deveopers name in the Preset folder (HD/Library/Audio/Presets) and then another folder in that deveopers folder with the name of the synth, like "Tricent", and place the presets or banks in there. Then when using the synth you need to navigate to that created folder (by using the "load" function in the synth), to find your presets or banks. This is of course more cumbersome than having the presets show in a synth browsere, but at least you get to load them - most of the time. But, Note that some amateur created banks or presets will never show. Just forget about them. They are most surely crap anyway. Just go on with another properly programmed preset or bank, stay happy.