Where should I put this stuff

M

munkee

Guest
I have two hard drives. Let's call 'em A and B. Now i keep all my programs on drive A and my recorded audio on Drive B. I also have about a gig of samples and sounds for Reason and Cubase. Should I store these as well on drive B? Or does it matter?
 

llornkcor

Well-Known Member
Well, B would be a good place. Keep them seperate. Or if you are running out of room, you can archive the samples and stuff to cdr's.
It's good to backup data when you can. You never know when a harddrive will just stop working. They don't take kindly to static shock, either. *DOH*
Must remember to NEVER wear slippers when moving hard drives around!
:D

ljp
 
M

munkee

Guest
I just moved my Factory sound bank and some other refill files to a new Hard Drive(which had nothing on it)However, they Don't show up???I did create a file, but when I click on it..NOthing???


I forgot to mention that when I click on the drive from my desktop I can see the files. However, when I try to open them through Reason, There gone?
 

Opus2000

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 7, 2001
You need to go into the preferences and redirect them to the appropriate folder..sometimes you have to browse to it directly and once you do that it remains where it should be..it's there..just Reason is funky on that aspect
Opus

CAN YOU BELIEVE THIS $*^t IN NYC AND WASHINGTON!!! GOD DAMN...HAD AN EX GIRLFRIEND WHO WORKED IN THE TRADE CENTER>>I PRAY SHE IS OK!!!
 
M

munkee

Guest
Well I have several other refill files that show up. However, the Factory Soundbank does not.


I figured it out! I had the Factory SB copied in another file...once I deleted it, it could be found in the correct file!!! Thanks
 
Top