Using a Custom Preset as Default Plugin Settings

Building on our Saving Custom Plugin Presets tutorial, this video shows you how to set a custom preset that you have saved to your system as the default settings that the plugin will open up to when first instantiated on a track.
This can be very useful if you have certain parameters that you usually set, such as a high pass filter or certain parameters of a plugin that you would like on or off by default.
Using a custom preset as the default settings rather than the factory default can speed up your workflow tremendously and save you tons of time over the course of a project.

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