Does anyone know if there is a quick and easy way to adjust the overall volume of a single preset without disturbing the relative VCA level settings of the samples within it? I want one of my presets to be louder than the others but the samples in it are at max volume already, so it means I have to turn the other presets volumes DOWN to get the right volume perspectives between presets. But since each preset has numerous samples, each with their own different volume levels set in the VCA menu, I can't just do a blanket zone VCA level reduction as this will change the different VCA level settings of the samples for that preset.
Is there a master level setting for each preset that will keep the relative VCA level settings of the samples? The manual doesn't seem to allude to this. It's just going to be a pain in the arse having to go and adjust every samples VCA levels in the other 14 presets just because one preset is a bit too quiet. At the moment I have done a workaround and reprocessed and reloaded all of the samples in that quiet single bank by compressing/eq/overdrive the samples to get them how I want them, but if there is a quicker more elegant way of volume control I'd like to know about it.
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