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  1. Actually, your best try would be to save all the WAV files (and/or maybe VIP files) that appear as recoverable. The other files (HDP, H2 and similar) can probably be ignored as they will be automatically recreated later on. Be aware that it is not advisable to recover any file on the drive they originate from. Save them first on another drive, and *when you're sure you've recovered all the recoverable files you need* move or copy them back to their original folder. Recovering files is really tricky, especially because many files are constantly written and erased at the system level (especially on the C: drive). So, the space which is freed when you delete a file can very soon be overwritten by a new file, in which case no further recovery is possible. Hope this helps! Feel free to post back here
  2. Hi Redddog, I've had some success in the past with "Wise data recovery". You can grab a free copy here: https://www.wisecleaner.com/wise-data-recovery.html My best advice is to stop working immediately on the drive from which you deleted the files. Besides, make sure you're not installing the recovery utility on that drive. A portable version of this recovery utility run from an USB drive would be ideal. Good luck!
  3. Thank you Kraznet for this info, it's comforting to know that the bug is on Magix side, not on my system
  4. Be also aware that HDP files that are created with the main wav file during the bouncing process do contain the name and path of the VIP from which they originate. If these original HDP files are destroyed and automatically recreated you will not notice any difference until the moment you realize you are no more able to connect back to the original VIP using the "Edit Root VIP" function... This can be a pity in case you need to easily recall some time later the original VIPs for further edits - when creating a CD for example.
  5. I've finally found a solution to this annoying problem, which occurs when the file analysed by Melodyne is not mono: - Open the mixing console and select the channel strip featuring Melodyne - Make the channel temporary "MONO" by ticking the 'Mono' attribute in the upmost element of the channel strip. When you're finished editing with Melodyne you can set back the channel to its previous state.
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