FabFilter Timeless 2 Help
Plenty of presets are provided with FabFilter Timeless 2, giving a good idea of what you can do. You can either use the presets as they are, or tweak them further to create your own unique sounds.
The preset button shows the name of the current preset. If you have changed the preset by adjusting one or more parameters, the name is dimmed to indicate that this is not the original preset anymore.
Loading a presets can also be done via MIDI, using Bank Select and Program Change messages. Click Options > Enable MIDI Program Changes in the preset menu to enable or disable this feature. When enabled, the corresponding bank/program numbers are shown in front of the preset name (for example: (0/65) My Preset). This means that you can load that preset by first sending a Bank Select message to select bank 0 and then sending a Program Change message to select program 65.
Important: All the presets in your preset folder are numbered automatically, starting with bank 0 and program 0. This way, you are able to access any of the presets via MIDI. However, this also means that when you add new presets to the menu, bank/program numbers of other presets might change. Be aware of this when recording program changes in a session! We recommend to create a dedicated folder in your presets folder for your program changes, and name it with two leading underscores (e.g. "__Programs") to ensure it's the first folder in your preset collection and the presets in this folder start with bank 0 and program 0.
All presets created with Timeless 1 can be loaded in Timeless 2. If Timeless 1 is also installed on your computer, your Timeless 1 presets will be accessible via the V1 Preset Folder submenu in the preset menu. The factory presets for Timeless 1 are also included in the Timeless 2 factory presets, so you only need to use the V1 Preset Folder submenu to access presets you might have created yourself.
You can read more about compatibility between Timeless 1 and Timeless 2 in Upgrading to Timeless 2. Please take some time to read it if you are planning to replace Timeless 1 instances with Timeless 2 instances in your songs.
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