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TOPIC: From an Instrument's page, rename any Linked Patch

From an Instrument's page, rename any Linked Patch 1 year 9 months ago #1

  • tahutoa
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In cases of soundfonts where all the patches have non-descriptive titles by default, especially, I think that it would be ideal to be able to go to an Instrument's page, and rename any one of the presets it's linked to from that instrument page itself. Something a bit like this mockup screencap I've created here:

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Last Edit: 10 months 6 days ago by tahutoa. Reason: re-worded for improved clarity
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Rename Patch that uses Inst. from that Inst's Page 10 months 4 weeks ago #2

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+1 to this.

I'd also request a feature to rename all the samples accessed right out of an instument, some kind kind of bulk rename but that works out of instrument tab and preserves notes in the name like if it was 0000_c#1.wav it would become something like xylophone_c#1 - user types the name, xylophone in this case. Well, if there are no notes name present in the file name then could it be autogenerated based on root key a sample has?
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Rename Patch that uses Inst. from that Inst's Page 10 months 6 days ago #3

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I was just on my way to suggest this exact feature, only to find that I had already done so
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