What’s the Difference Between Presets and Programs? Leave a comment

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Spooky2 software has the world’s largest frequency database containing over 35,000 presets and programs dedicated to providing you with accurate and beneficial frequencies for various imbalanced energy and pains. However, some users may question the difference between presets and programs. If you are unsure which one to choose when dealing with different conditions, this blog will help you.

The difference between presets and programs

A preset is a list of programs with appropriate settings built by the Spooky2 team or yourself when you save a user preset. You can choose a relevant ready-made factory preset and then go straight to the Control tab to run it without any adjustment.

A program is a collection of individual frequencies that are related to a specific condition.

When loading a program to your generator, you need to first go to the Presets tab and choose a shell preset under >Shell (Empty) Presets. Then, go to the Programs tab to load your chosen program(s). Finally, go to the Control tab to run it.

Which one to choose?

We suggest you choose a preset directly if your condition can be found in the Presets tab or when running presets such as terrain protocol or biofeedback scan. These presets are created by certificated professionals and are easy to use.

If your condition cannot be found in the Presets tab, you can go to the Programs tab and search for it. There are over 35,000 programs in the Spooky2 program database, you can definitely find the ones that suit you.

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