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TheBadAssCanadian

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Sorry if this is a late reply but to the easiest way to get those files (as was already mentioned, but I'll elaborate) is this:

Have the client "save copy in", and tell him to set it so that all audio files are copied to the new backup project folder, as well.

Now they should open up the new project and select all the audio tracks and drag/highlight from the end of the session to the beggining and consolidate the tracks.

once consolidated, they should look in the region list and select clear all ->unused... and select delete from disk option.

This will remove all the edited regions and extra audio files and leave you with only the used audio files, which are all consolidated to the start of the session.

When you look in the session folder, you'll find only the tracks you need and no extra stuff. works for me, whenever i need to transfer to another recording system.
 
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