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Old 08-19-2019, 03:06 PM
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Default Re: Converting SD2 files to wav on mac

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Edit: Duh. I could use the file type search for that too, right?
Edit 2: Still, all the SDII files in the audio files folders would also show up...
Edit 1: Exactly
Edit 2: Until you remove them (if you wish) through the finder search. (from the search window, you can also "open file location" to spawn another finder window to show where those files are located if you need to do something more to those specific SDII file(s))
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