Timefactor owners - quick question

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by yerbluesrob, Feb 20, 2012.

  1. yerbluesrob

    yerbluesrob Supporting Member

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    Checking out the timefactor and I have a question: Can you "sort" your presets? Like if I had a preset I liked in bank 3 and another I liked in bank 6, could I take those two and move them to bank 10 so I can have them both together? Is there a "copy" and "paste" function for the presets if I want to shuffle them around? Or do you just have to write down your settings and make a new preset?
     
  2. mjtripper

    mjtripper Supporting Member

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    I don't know if you can do it on the unit but you can using factorlib.
     
  3. the 5cientist

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    yes you can do this easily... just save the preset (3:1) again as 10:1 or 10:2
     
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    the 5cientist Member

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    (to clarify, you can't CUT and PASTE) but you can just save them again in whatever number you want.

    so if you saved 3:1 as 10:1 you'd have 2 of the same presets... then you can over write 3:1 if u want.
     
  5. yerbluesrob

    yerbluesrob Supporting Member

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    So if I'm on the preset I like, I can just choose to save it again in another bank/preset?
     
  6. ringemaster

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    Yes.
     

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