Setting Default Presets: Production Quick Tip of the Week #48

Setting Default Presets: Production Quick Tip of the Week #48

Setting Default Presets: Production Quick Tip of the Week #48

These quick production tips will definitely save you time in the studio and improve your workflow.

Making templates & preset chains can save time & just make your overall workflow so much easier.

In Ableton, you can save a setting on any plugin to pull up as your default every time you load it up!

All you have to do is right-click the title bar of the plugin & select "save as default preset."

Some examples of things you may want to pull up as a default:
♦ A slight high pass filter on your EQ
♦ EQ set to M/S.
♦ For a glue compressor that you use on sums & master channels, setting a slow attack, medium release, & low ratio.
♦Maschine or drum sampler plugin set with the channel/pad outputs lowered to avoid clipping & give your session headroom.

The possibilities are endless & choose the presets that you will use most often. 

WHENEVER YOU'RE SATISFIED WITH A SETTING ON A DEVICE & WOULD LIKE TO KEEP IT AS YOUR DEFAULT SETTING, YOU CAN!

RIGHT-CLICK THE TITLE BAR ON THE DEVICE & JUST SELECT ″SAVE AS DEFAULT PRESET.″

THAT WILL BE THE DEFAULT SETTING WHENEVER YOU PULL UP THE DEVICE. 

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