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Preset may refer to something set in advance, or set as a default such as a Preset Menu where diners choose from a predetermined short list of culinary items. Some diners enjoy the paternalistic guidance of a Preset Menu while others consider it a form of closet socialism depriving the diner of innate freedoms. Preset may also refer to:
- Default (computer science), a setting or value automatically assigned to a software application, computer program, etc.
- Pre-programmed setting on various electronic products and musical instruments, including:
- Combination action on pipe organ
- Preset button (tuner) - station selectors on the tuner of radio receiver and television set
- Preset key (Hammond organ) - inverse color keys on Hammond organs, to recall pre-programmed tonewheel settings
- Preset rhythm - pre-programmed rhythm-pattern on drum machine
- Synthesizer patch stored a pre-programmed tone
- The Presets - a Sydney-based Australian duo, consisting of Julian Hamilton and Kim Moyes
- Preset Pacesetters Institute, a private boarding Senior High school in Madina, Ghana
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