asked Dec 23 '16 at 10:51 by DragD (166)

edited Jan 16 '17 at 12:28

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I'd like to share my experience with Bitwig and FXP presets for the VST plugins.

After days of research and experimentation, I found I can drag-and-drop FXP files from the Windows explorer directly on Bitwig Arranger panel. This creates automatically new instrument track with the preset and corresponding VST. No need to convert FXP files to Bitwig preset format.

A step further: I extracted all presets for some of the VSTs into FXP files, renamed and organized them into folders under Bitwig Library\Presets. Now they are available and searchable in the Browser panel, as well as in the pop-up Browser.

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Great share, thanks!

  — (Jan 16 '17 at 23:58) pakunoda

Hello. is it possible to convert different preset.xxx to preset.fxp?

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answered Jun 20 '17 at 22:25 by Meloverse (71)

edited Jun 20 '17 at 22:25

Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to your question. It depends on the format of the preset, which you want to convert:

It might be possible to convert some formats and a converter is available online. Or, the instrument/fx allows for export to fxp.

It might be possible for other preset formats if you code a converter yourself ;)

And finally, I find no way to convert some other formats, ex. Roli Equator.

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answered Jun 21 '17 at 09:41 by DragD (166)

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