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Jim Fox

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    LION and FOX Recording Studios
  1. I agree with Wyoming and JoaChip. I understand that these added files is not a problem for some but I still find it annoying, messy and cumbersome to have other files added to the same system folder as media files. Steinberg Nuendo/Cubase and Avid Protools keep their wav and media files in separate system folders. Much more professional to me. It is a hassle having Samplitude files added to my Nuendo mix folder. I mix in Nuendo and master in Samplitude. Samplitude is a fantastic program, using it for 15 years, still I have yet to "get used to it". I just deal with it as described above, sorting and what not. I wonder with every Samplitude upgrade. Can't It be an option for us to "Define Separate Location for H2/HDP/HS"? Seems so simple. Currently running Pro X5 here. Best to all, Jim Fox Here is a post I made in 2007: Hello Is there a way to tell Samplitude to put it's associated image and project files (*.HDP and *.H2 files) in a different folder than the source .wav files? That is to say - it would be nice if the source 'audio Folder' that contains the original .wav files did not have Sampiltude add associated files to that Folder. Sorry if I missed it in the manual, Any ideas? Thank you Samplitude 9 Pro v9.1.1 Jim Fox July 7, 2007 4 replies
  2. Thank you Phil for clarifiing. Seems there should be an option to put these associated files someware else. It would save post file management time. Ok, we'll have to get use to it. Regards Jim Fox
  3. Hello Is there a way to tell Samplitude to put it's associated image and project files (*.HDP and *.H2 files) in a different folder than the source .wav files? That is to say - it would be nice if the source 'audio Folder' that contains the original .wav files did not have Sampiltude add associated files to that Folder. Sorry if I missed it in the manual, Any ideas? Thank you Samplitude 9 Pro v9.1.1 Jim Fox
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