The toneprint enabled pedals from TC electronics add an imense possibility to customize them with the help of that toneprint editor. Sadly you can normaly only view and edit the toneprints created by TC electronics and not the ones, they made together with some artists. But I found three possibilities to view the settings of those artist toneprints. This information is for the windows version of the toneprint editor, but I guess only the places are different on MacOS and such. When you first start the tonerprint editor it will create the folder "TonePrint" in your application data. The full path would be "%UserProfile%\AppData\Roaming\TonePrint". It will get some XML data from the internet. For the first two ways you will have to shut down your internet connection or firewall the editor. Whenever you start the editor, it will check if there is a new version of those XML data and get it. When you modify those data, it will be overwriten when a internet connection exists. 1.) In the folder XML you find a file called "artists.xml". Just set the field <a:CanBeEdited>false</a:CanBeEdited> from false to true. This will work for some artist toneprints, but not for all. The toneprint will get the edit button if it works or will disappear from the selection, when not. Fear not! Just change it back to "false" or start the editor with an internet connection. 2.) In the XML folder is a the file "toneprints.xml" you can change the artist-id to "1210", wich is the artist id for TC electronics. The toneprint will now be shown under the bunch of TC electronics toneprints. This is more reliable then editing the "artists.xml", but you won't get all artist toneprints. 3.) You open the toneprint editor and create a user toneprint, then you beam the artist toneprint of your choice via smartphone app onto the pedal. When the toneprint is succefully beamed, you can see the settings in the editor change. Sadly you won't see the setting for the mapping of the knobs. But you can see what parameters are changing, when you turn the knobs. I put some masking tape and markings on them around the knobs. That way, I can reliable dial in exact the same setting for each tonepint. How to save your toneprints? In the path "%UserProfile%\AppData\Roaming\TonePrint" you will find the database "database.sqlite3". You can simply copy the file or use a SQLlite browser (e.g. Downloads - DB Browser for SQLite) to open the database and import or export rows with SQL statements. Just select a row, click the right mouse button and chose SQL Statement. The paste that statement into a text file.