The presets in the dropdown list can be saved, and here is how:  After you have a setting you like, hover your mouse pointer over the dropdown list and press the "insert" key on the keyboard.  You will be presented with an option to give it a name.  All your custom "module presets" will be added to the dropdown list and identified with a "*" (asterisk).  IIRC this was in the last release of Rakarrack.  You can recall these by selecting them from a drop-down list, but at this point they aren't MIDI-mappable.

Since there is not a MIDI message associated with the module presets currently you would have the following options:
1) As you have mentioned, a Rakarrack bank preset for each combination.
2) Presets in your MIDI controller torecall all of the associated MIDI message for the preset.
3) Select them with a mouse.

If I or Holborn have some time, it isn't hard to make it possible to select these with MIDI I will keep it in the "TODO" status and it will get implemented.

Thanks for your input.

On 05/04/2012 06:36 AM, Carlos sanchiavedraz wrote:
Hello dear folks.

I would like to know how (if possible) to personalize Module Presets present in the dropdown list for a given FX/Module, i.e. changing Plain, Pop, Jazz on the EQ Presets for others.
Also would like to know if there's any chance to change the Preset of a module via MIDI.

I've created a personalize Rakarrack Preset (actually several of them) that I want it to be some kind of a basic pedalboard with certain modules that I like, and would love to create my own Module Presets and change only the preset of a module (It would be desirable by MIDI message) instead of having to save each combination as a single Rakarrack Presets in a Bank.
Imagine this basic pedalboard as an equivalent of a physical pedalboard with 10 pedals.

Thanks my friends.

Carlos sanchiavedraz
* Musix GNU+Linux
------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Live Security Virtual Conference Exclusive live event will cover all the ways today's security and threat landscape has changed and how IT managers can respond. Discussions will include endpoint security, mobile security and the latest in malware threats.
_______________________________________________ Rakarrack-users mailing list