Just a simple question. In SD3 what is the difference between a project and a preset? And do they require extra memory/ hard drive space?.
Thank – you
SUPERIOR DRUMMER 3 PROJECT FILES (from the SD3 manual)
Projects saved from the file menu include essentially everything that you see in all of Superior Drummer 3’s tabs. This includes items that a SD3 Preset (loaded from the Presets selection menu) would not. Saved in a SD3 Project are the following:
- Drums selected / Bleed Levels
- Property Box States
- Macro Controls
- Song Track
- Groove Tab filters
- Selected grooves
- Edit Play Style State
- Grid editor adjustments
- Mixer Tab (including all effect settings and levels).
- Mixer Visibility
- Tracker Files
- All Tracker Settings
- Global settings and window sizes / scale
- 16-bit state
- Cache mode
- Master Volume
- Bounce Volume
- MIDI learn
Superior Drummer 3’s Drums and Mixer Presets offer a unique selection of drums that have been fully mixed and processed by a variety of producers to achieve a specific sonic goal. This includes any combination of level, panning, effect processing, and Property Box alterations that the producer desired to achieve the particular sound. …(and) allow the user to load any desired sound preset without loosing any work that has been completed on the Song Track or in the Tracker tab.
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