Backup user presets

How can I backup my (user-) presets?


The presets you create (user presets) while working with a plug-in are stored in XML-files named like "preset_xyz.xml", where xyz is the name of the preset.

 
Windows:

This files can be found in your "My Documents" folder under MolecularBytes\<plugin-name>\userprograms\.

For atomicReverb on Window-10 for example: C:\Users\<username>\My Documents\MolecularBytes\AtomicReverb\userprograms\

You can include this file in your backup program. If you are creating backups of your "My Documents" folder anyway, you don't need to do anything - your presets are saved automatically.

 

Mac:

The files can be found in your user folder under ~<user>/Library/Audio/Presets/MolecularBytes/...

There's a folder for each plug-in containing the XML files of the user-presets.

 

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