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Old 02-15-2017, 10:30 AM
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I've completed a 9 song project for my band. I want to archive the sessions by deleted unused tracks before saving to a back up drive and cd-r's. My issue is: I have the 9 sessions in 3 separate main folders (3 songs per folder sharing the same audio folder) Don't ask why I did this and will never do it again. Anyway, How would I archive the sessions without getting a missing files error for the other sessions? Consolidate/rename tracks in session, delete unused tracks, then save copy in with audio files checked? Would this method retain the tracks for the other session in that audio folder? Thanks for your responses in advance
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And be sure to check Copy Audio.
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Thanks for your response weed. In Items to copy from the save copy in window. What else should be checked besides the audio files? Obviously no video as there isn't one.
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