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Old 05-14-2006, 08:14 AM
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Default Normalized audio file in root directory

I normalized audio files in two different projects. The first normalized file was placed in the audio files folder of the project as expected. In the second case the file was placed in the root (unix "/") directory in a project folder with the same name as the original project. I was able to view it through a unix terminal but not able to access it from PT or finder for that matter. Why did this happen and how can I get audiosuite files back in the expected project?

Mac OSX 10.4.6, MBox 2, PT LE 7.1 cs 6
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