Demoing & Purchasing Components in GENOME

Demoing & Purchasing Components in GENOME

Two notes’ catalog contains an ever-expanding list of Components (DynIRs, PEDAL, AMP, STUDIO FX) . Within GENOME, comprehensive facilities are available to preview and purchase any components not assigned to your Two notes License in real-time within the context of your virtual RIG.

Identifying Components Not Assigned to your Two notes Account

To list and only browse the Two notes catalog of components not assigned to your Two notes account license, enter Preview Mode by clicking the Cart symbol within the Component’s Browser. The number of components (in this example, cabinets)  will show the total number of components currently available for demo within GENOME (circled in blue below).


To view components allocated to your Two notes Account license, simply exit Preview Mode by turning off the Cart symbol; you will notice the number of components available in the Browser is reduced to only those assigned to your Two notes Account (circled in red below).


Previewing Components in GENOME

To preview a Component, simply instantiate the related element. You will notice a message is displayed in the component window warning that silences are inserted while you play. The preview symbol (circled in red below) is also present in the component block of GENOME’s Lane based architecture to indicate at a quick glance that the component loaded is in Preview Mode.


Purchasing Components in GENOME

  •   Click on the cart symbol next to the cabinet’s name to add the desired cabinet to the cart.
  •   To remove the current previewed cabinet from the cart, click the cart symbol above.
  •   Upon adding cabinets to the cart, a cart button appears in the top right hand corner of the GENOME Interface. Click this button to view the list of selected cabinets for purchase and follow the related links to complete your purchase via the Two notes website.

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