Thats big. But I thought you would mention Media Bay that isn’t working…unless you accept that they say it’s designed that way since C7.
Can anyone tell me how to organize VST presets in Media Bay when Media Bay, upon opening Cubase, rescans everything? Re-scanning everything is fine with me.
But it also automatically checks folders that the user has purposely left unchecked! Why?
No longer can I organize my VST presets.
For any particular VST, I want factory presets in one folder, then for that same VST I want to create other folders for specific projects. This way, when I open a VST preset I get the little folder tree on the left of the open presets section where I can check and un-check the appropriate folders.
But Steinberg decided it would be swell to automatically check every folder upon the start of Cubase regardless of the users prior settings! (this applies to the user folder in your C drive.)
So now when I open a VST preset, I get the 20 Cubase factory presets mixed in with a few hundred presets that were designed for specific projects. So I have to uncheck all the project folders just to see the factory presets. And the next time you open Cubase, you have to start all over…unchecking the folders that Cubase has just automatically checked.