Working with Presets
Working with Presets in RE4ORM
RE4ORM includes over 200 professionally designed sounds, also called Presets, which give you instant access to a huge variety of sounds for your music or production. RE4ORM’s sophisticated “Smooth Preset Changes” function allows you to continue holding the notes from one preset while you change to a different preset. This is great for live performance but also great in the studio when you’re getting creative and trying out new sounds.
Presets are organized into folders by category. Clicking on the name of a preset in the preset window will show you a dropdown list of categories and inside those categories a list of presets. Simply select a preset using your mouse to load it.
For quick preset selection use the arrows to the left and right of the preset name to select sounds.
For a video walk through on RE4ORM’s sounds, go here: Introducing RE4ORM Video
Saving and Renaming User Presets
You can name and save your own presets in RE4ORM. These are called User Presets and will appear in the User Presets category.
To name your preset, Control-click (Mac) or right-click (Windows) on the preset name until it highlights. Type in your new name and hit enter.
To save any edits you’ve made to a preset, click on the save button to the left of the preset name.
Deleting User Presets
To delete user presets select the “Show User Presets” option in the preset dropdown window. This will open a browser window where your user presets are stored on your hard drive. From here you can delete presets like you would any file on your computer.
For a video walk through on how to create your own RE4ORM sounds, go here: Introducing RE4ORM Video