Thanks Frits 🙂
That is a really interesting way of working and is quite different to anything I read about before. What gave you the idea to try that out? It must have taken a long time to set up but I suppose now it is all automated you can set up new projects rapidly. It sounds very organised.
Its always facinating finding out how other people work as everybody does it differently 🙂
The latest version of poshifopit seems to be working fine now in Podium 🙂
I’ve used the guitar ones so far with an extra cut to some of the bottom frequencies with nice results. Will be trying out the bass and drum presets next 🙂
I’m looking forward to trying out your presets, thanks for sharing them 🙂
Christian Budde replied to say:
“thanks for the info about the bug. I already found it and fixed it.
Unfortunately I do not have much time right now to create a bugfix for
that. But you can be sure, that it will be included in the next major
bugfix release (at the end of this month).”
so it should hopefully be fixed in a few weeks 🙂
I like them so far, even if they don’t all look immediately obvious they are all clearly different enough from one another that it is quick and easy to spot them apart which is the most important thing for them.
I did think the preset logo was a sheet of paper though but then I also thought that was pretty cool idea as I have presets for all my guitar fx pedals scribbled on pieces of paper 😳 .
I emailed the developer of poshifopit today and will let you know what he says if/when he gets back to me.
Yes with zPEQ and ‘Electri-Q – posihfopit edition’ we’re certainly spoilt for choice 😀
I’ll email the developer Christian Budde and let him know, hopefully he will be able to fix it pretty easily. ALthough to be honest since moving to Podium I’m using zPEQ mainly now 🙂
Yes confirmed here, I get the same thing. It opens fine using the mouse but the ‘e’ shortcut causes it to crash.