Missing Logical Presets In Menu

Hello There,

Upgraded to Cubase 7 (from 6.5).
Go to menu Midi > Logical Presets > [missing all factory items!]

There is one entry there - ‘transpose’ - which might be one I made a long time ago.
Opened Cubase 6.5 - they were all there in the menu as expected.

iMac OSX 10.8.5 16GB

I can see them via Finder in Cubase 7.app > Contents > presets > Logical Edit
but nothing via the Midi menu.

Updated to 7.0.6 but that didn’t help - still missing.

Any ideas, solutions?

Many thanks,
Neil

Yep… sometimes the installer doesn’t complete the process. Do the following…

  1. O.K. so you have found the Presets inside inside the Cubase 7 Package Contents…
  2. Open the Cubase 7 Preferences folder, in your User account.
    Open its “Presets” subfolder, and copy the Presets from the Package Contents folder into the corresponding folder there.

Thank you vic_france.

I was looking for something like Application Support in the User directory.
This article
https://www.steinberg.net/en/support/knowledgebase_new/show_details/kb_show/cubase-and-nuendo-program-preferences-files-in-detail/kb_back/2020.html
confirmed where Preferences should be .
I looked there & didn’t see the Library folder (was sure I’d seen it in OSX 10.6).
This article
http://osxdaily.com/2011/07/04/show-library-directory-in-mac-os-x-lion/
told me the were hidden… ( :unamused: thanks Apple…)
and to show them in Terminal run
chflags nohidden ~/Library/

The copied as you described - and the Presets are there.

Many thanks again vic_france.