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Old 06-04-2009, 12:45 PM
Qrackaduck Qrackaduck is offline
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Default Deleting files in "Audio Files" folder on purpose...

Hey, I have a minor problem...

I just recorded some piano on a mono track called "Audio 1"... I made a mistake
so I stopped the recording and deleted the "waveform" or whatever it's called.
I then started to record again, on the same "Audio 1" track. And because I don't
want any unused files on my PC, I went into the "Audio files" folder and deleted
the first one I recorded... Now everytime I open the project I get the "Missing
File" notice. I deleted the waveform so why does it still keep asking for it? How
can I get rid of it?

Thx in advance, and sorry if this is posted before... It's really hard to specify
this search

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