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HX Effects: save a single effect as a preset

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Hey guys,

I was just wondering (and hoping this wasn't answered already) if it is possible to save a single effect(pedal) as a global preset/instance to be able to quickly recall it in different pedalboard presets.
I am thinking of it as having your favorite physical guitar pedal with very specific settings of the knobs. Or a fx plugin chain in your favorite DAW that you always use.
Maybe it could be reached through your standard effect selection path?

Thanks 

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You can't change the default parameters for an FX but you can save your preferred settings for that (and other) FX blocks in a separate preset. For instance, I have saved a few presets in the Templates setlist for this purpose. Each preset is not intended to be a useable preset; rather, it is just a repository for some of my favoriteFX blocks with my preferred default parameter settings. Whenever I want to add the FX block to a new preset I just copy and paste it from the template preset.

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Wow, didn't know you can do that. Thanks! But yeah, still, it is now the most convenient workflow. I will give it a try anyway
 

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I do more or less the same as Silverhead.  In my Templates folder I have several presets that contain just a bunch of effects each, arranged in Overdrives, Modulations, Delays etc, with each effect optimised to my taste.  When I want to add one to another preset I just Cut and Paste.

 

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