Enable a pair of shortcut icons under the menu button for the Preset Editor and the Control Surface editor.
Turn off the animated finger effects when touching keys.
Turn off display of the same notes on other strings.
Lock the '^' used to toggle the Mini Control Surface
Enable a small button in the lower right for switching between MIDI In/Out
Enable the Voice Limiter for voiceing. This limiter will prevent transients that can occur during voicing. It's not intended for performance
Set how knobs behave. Either Horizontal (default), Vertical or Rotary
Change the color of sliders
Change the background for inspectors
Configure how Keyboard layout is configured. Specifically this means the number of strings and number of frets. "Preset" means that the keyboard layout is defined in the preset. "Device" means that they keyboard layout is based on the device, but may be modified for what is best for the device. "Global" allows you to set a global keyboard layout that applies to all presets.
Note Name Font can be used to globally chose the font used to display note names throughout the system. The default are Western Note Names. Svara allows for the notes to be displayed in as Svara intervals from Indian Music. A number of other East Asian fonts are supported.
Configure the current Scale/Root/Temperament used for the keyboard. "Preset" means that the Scale/Root/Temperament is defined in the preset. "Global" allows you to set a global Scale/Root/Temperament that applies to all presets.
Configure the Course Tuning (transpose) in semitones (+/- 12). "Preset" means that the Course Tuning is defined in the preset under Menu> Model & FX> Guitar> Common> Course Tuning. "Global" allows you to set a global Course Tuning that applies to all presets.
Configure the Fine Tuning in cents (+/-100). "Preset" means that the Fine Tuning is defined in the preset under Menu> Model & FX> Guitar> Common> Fine Tuning. "Global" allows you to set a global Fine Tuning that applies to all presets. A number of common concert pitches may be selected from a drop down. For instance A440, A432, A420, et al.
Select audio latancy. Higher latency can minimize clicks. Enable Background Audio. This is on by default. Turning off background audio will improve battery life, but audio will not be processed when the GeoShred is in the background.
3D Touch allows control of note Velocity and Pressure on devices that support 3D touch (mostly newer iPhones).
These menu items provide an editible "Curve" for configuring 3D Touch behavior for velocity and pressure. 3D touch velocity is passed to MIDI as Note On velocity. 3D touch pressure is passed to MIDI as channel pressure.
For devices that don't support 3D touch, velocity can be set with the Key Y position. Typically the bottom of the key is low velocity and the top is high velocity. This behavior can be modified with the Key Y Velocity Curve.
This menu item provides an editible "Curve" for configuring Key Y Touch behavior for velocity. Key Y velocity is passed to MIDI as Note On velocity.
Configure support for an Air Turn page turning pedal. The Air Turn Pedal can be used to step forward and backward through presets in the current setlist.
Experimental support for the expression pad to send MIDI controls for an Amisonic Plugin.
Reset all "Don't ask me again" warnings.