Hello, I am just wondering is it possible to open up a .dslibrary file in a script editor, similar to a .dspreset, or once this is done you can not. I ask as some sample packs are .dslibrary and I would like to see the script to learn from them, but maybe this is why some are ‘locked’ to stop this?
.dslibrary is just a .zip file renamed. If you change the .dslibrary to .zip, you can open it with whatever you use to open zip files. You will see a folder with a .dspreset file and a folder of samples and an image.
Thanks so much, I would never have worked that out!
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