Programs are stored as individual files on disk
Factory preset Programs are built into opsix native. User Programs, and optional sounds from Korg and third-party developers, are stored as individual .op6program files on disk. The location is slightly different for Windows and macOS, as shown below.
Windows: My Documents\KORG\opsix native\Presets\User
macOS: Documents/KORG/opsix native/Presets/User
Organizing Programs into Banks
You can add new folders at the same level as "User." Each folder will appear as a Bank in the Program Browser, organized alphabetically below "Templates." For example, you could create (on macOS):
Documents/KORG/opsix native/Presets/Project 2022
"Project 2022" will then appear as a Bank in the Program Browser:
You can store Programs directly into these new folders. You can also re-organize Programs into Banks by using the Finder (macOS) or Explorer (Windows) to move .op6program files between folders. Depending on the version of opsix native that you're using, you may need to re-launch the plug-in before changes are recognized.
Important: .op6program files must be stored inside a folder at the same level as "User." If they are in the main "Presets" folder, they will not appear in the Program Browser.
To import Programs, simply place the .op6program files into the "User" folder, or another folder at the same level (like "Project 2022" above). You can also place a folder containing .op6program files directly into the "Presets" folder; the folder will then appear as a Bank in the Program Browser. Depending on the version of opsix native that you're using, you may need to re-launch the plug-in before changes are recognized.
Sharing Programs between opsix native and the opsix hardware
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