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Author Topic: Presonus SL memory cleanup  (Read 156 times)

John Roll

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Presonus SL memory cleanup
« on: March 20, 2017, 01:50:35 pm »

I have an SL16.4.2 that I'd like to clean up the scene memory due to the fact that several of the scenes are for bands that no longer exist, etc.. My plan is to move all the existing scenes to my PC, do a factory reset and then restore the scenes that are relevant at this time. I'm not confident using Universal Control as I don't use it very much. Is my plan sound? Any suggestions?

John
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Re: Presonus SL memory cleanup
« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2017, 01:55:43 pm »

I have an SL16.4.2 that I'd like to clean up the scene memory due to the fact that several of the scenes are for bands that no longer exist, etc.. My plan is to move all the existing scenes to my PC, do a factory reset and then restore the scenes that are relevant at this time. I'm not confident using Universal Control as I don't use it very much. Is my plan sound? Any suggestions?

John
John, I have done very little work with the Presonus however, I have done this on several other boards.  The process you are describing is the same one we use. 

Best of luck.

Bill
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