no… hence why i scripted, when I was doing lots of development.
when Im using workbench on a new setup - I tended to just cycle between a couple,
so latest, latest-1, latest-2… the idea being if one became corrupted, then Id just lose one generation of changes.
honestly, after a while, I settled down on how I wanted the Eigenharp to be as an instrument, and so now end up using the same setup all the time.
This has, I think, been a problem with EigenD/Eigenharp … because its so customisable, for some ( = me ) when they first get it, the urge is to set it up ‘just as I want it’ … but this is really not that easy, so for some their early experiences can be frustrating as they battle to make it ‘just so’.
I know I did this, I spent ages working on PicoMix, and it taught me loads about EigenD and was really great - but honestly, I just wish Id spent those early days, just playing with it ‘as is’ , the factory setup was fine for most - and I think id have appreciated the pico more.
These days, I actually like much simpler setups… they are faster to load, and really I find I don’t need much.
I dunno why, the idea of 20-100 presets sounds odd to me… why do you need so many?
each setup is like a new ‘instrument’ … why would you want so many?