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Old 05-22-2006, 11:59 AM
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Default Deleting PT Sessions -- Is it that simple?

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I've got a lot of "practice" sessions and junk that i've done in PT6.7. I'm just looking to clean up my harddrive a bit. Is it just as simple as clicking on the main folder of each and deleting? Does this delete all the audio files, etc....? Anything I should be careful of?

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Is it just as simple as clicking on the main folder of each and deleting? Does this delete all the audio files, etc....? Anything I should be careful of?
Yes, yes, and the only thing you have to be careful of is if you have manually changed the disk allocation (unlikely), or if you have your allocation set to "round robin" (not usually recommended).
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Sweet! Thanks spk!
Time for a little much needed clean up!
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