- A lot of things have changed internally,
- Much better performance, even with local
databases of more than 10000 presets.
- Faster downloads and uploads.
- More stability and many bug fixes.
- Tagging presets is now a little bit more
clever, i.e., if you tag presets while offline,
the tags will be pushed to the server the next
time you go online. Tags are also managed
individually, which was a mandatory step before
implementing the fully distributed tags
definition model discussed some time ago.
Zen is a Universal
Presets Manager: It loads in any host as a VST
instrument, and acts as a loader for other VSTis. So
with Zen, you can search for "Rhodes piano" and get
a list of all matching presets – regardless of the
final VSTi (Rhino, Zebra, Absynth... whatever). When
you select one of the presets in Zen, the
corresponding VSTi is automatically loaded to play
the requested preset.
Zen is free.