Sample/Audio import organization

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alphapeddler
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Sample/Audio import organization

Post by alphapeddler » Mon Sep 09, 2019 9:04 am

Hey there,

I hope this is not a question that has been asked/answered many times before, if so please point me to the right direction.

I cant’t find any way to organize my imported samples into subfolders. As I use a lot of them my media bay has become quite...long and inefficient to use. If this has been solved and I’m just to dense to figure it out, please bare with me and explain. If there is no such possibility....REALLY? How can you put out a topnotch DAW and not put in a proper filesystem?

Thanks in advance

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Re: Sample/Audio import organization

Post by Don Craig » Thu Sep 12, 2019 2:52 am

I have to name all my Hallowe’en tunes with a prefix “31” in order for them to be side by side in the Program list, then do the same for midi and audio files used by them. A proper file system is a pretty basic requirement for anything other than idle use.

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