Copy and Paste in Bias FX?
colin last edited by
This may seem like a dumb question, but is there a way to copy and paste in Bias FX? I am often wanting to use an exact copy of something in both paths of a dual amp setup, and haven't found a way to either copy the whole object, or copy a setting within an object. Some of the controls are really difficult to get an exact value set, so being able to copy would be a great help. This seems like another pretty basic feature that is missing (along with the ability to type a value etc.), correct me if I'm wrong about this being missing. Positive Grid do a great job in recreating tones, but some of the basic expected usability in a software program is missing and not having good/full documentation doesn't help. Surely I'm not the only one who thinks this.
No, and this is one of those properly basic functions that is kind of a must have, and we dont have....These are the quality of life basics that drive me nuts. And you hit the nail on the head, why this isn't just an inconvenience, but a showstopper, the inability to see existing values at a glance so that you could do a workaround and manually match channels....Come on guys!
tafkad last edited by
Some of the controls are really difficult to get an exact value set
This part drives me up a wall - I had to set the controls to "linear" to make it more usable on a small touch screen with the rotary pots - but also the built in midi CC feature that keeps popping up when you are trying to make adjustments is a total JOKE
On that there should just be a way to go into "midi cc mode" and then make those edits, not this if you hold it too long you switch tasks (from adjustment task to midi CC task)
Midi controls on all platforms need a serious touching up and tweaking including "Bluetooth Midi Connection" built in like other audio apps (yonac, korg, quantiloop, garageband etc)
I am too old and can barely see so please help out your senior users PG with visible values and sensible midi options universal on all platforms
Keytay last edited by
And two years later this is still not a function? Not good.