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SEQUENTIAL/DSI => Tempest => Topic started by: Trevor Refix on December 18, 2015, 07:13:18 PM

Title: Saving your own sound as the "initial" patch
Post by: Trevor Refix on December 18, 2015, 07:13:18 PM
Hey. I can't seem to find a reference to how you go about saving your own "initial" patch. I know it's possible as I remember making the one that is in my machine now though it's time to update it. Can someone help out? thanks!
Title: Re: Saving your own sound as the "initial" patch
Post by: BobTheDog on December 18, 2015, 10:51:52 PM
I'm rearranging everything here and my Tempest is not connected up so I can't test this but I have vague memories that you just save the sound as a use sound called "Initial". I could be very wrong though!
Title: Re: Saving your own sound as the "initial" patch
Post by: Yorgos Arabatzis on December 19, 2015, 02:42:27 AM
One way is to save a sound by naming it "Initial" or "Init" or whatever you feel like in your user sound folder and loading it from there and the other is by going into Tempest's system root menu by holding both Shift buttons and hitting System.I don't have T in front of me right now but i know it has an option.
Title: Re: Saving your own sound as the "initial" patch
Post by: Trevor Refix on December 20, 2015, 08:51:06 PM
.. going into Tempest's system root menu by holding both Shift buttons and hitting System

this did it, thank you. Re naming the file as init using the usual save sound process didn't work - though I'm sure it used to as I definitely have not been in the root menu before!