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Old 07-12-2010, 12:37 PM
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I played with this over the weekend but couldn't figure it out: is it possible to pull all my saved set up on a session over to another one? specifically the plug ins i have on all those tracks.
Recording band, have 10 songs recorded. Once get all plug ins on drums, instruments, etc ...., would be much less time consuming to just copy them all over to the other 9 sessions

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Old 07-12-2010, 12:44 PM
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Default Re: is it possible to import settings from one project to another?

One option is to save the plugin settings, and reuse them in the other projects, another way is to use Import session data, from one project to another.
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Old 07-12-2010, 01:23 PM
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Default Re: is it possible to import settings from one project to another?

Right. I think its the Import Session Data i'm looking for. When i tried on weekend, i thought it was to bring all data over (ie. audio files, etc ....), but i think based on what i just found online, there may be a way to select just the parts you want to bring over (ie. Plug ins and plug in settings). Will play with it more tonight, i think, and see if that works.

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Set up the session and save it as a Template. Then open the Template with LE and you can save it as a new session.
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