Disk allocation problem in Protools

Discussion in 'Mixing & Song Critique' started by mfinch, Sep 11, 2005.

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  1. mfinch

    mfinch Guest

    I'm running a protools system with two external hard drives (we'll call them A and B)and the enternal (C). When I do sessions in one of the externals or the enternal (A or C), everything goes as it should, the session and audio files are stored in the file that gets created when you make the session. But when I create a session on the third hard drive(B) the audio is allocated to the other hard drive(A). I haven't changed any of the allocation preferences and as I understand it as default it should just put the audio on the drive in which you made the session. Also odd is that if I import audio into a session is saves that audio where it belongs, just not audio that I record in the session..

    any ideas?
  2. iznogood

    iznogood Member

    Feb 9, 2004
    goto the disk allocation menu and change the drive it records on...
  3. Costy

    Costy Guest

    One thing - generally, it's not recomended to run session (record)
    onto the "system" drive...
    For allocation, open "working space" window, and check out the
    permissions set there for your drives. All disks you'd like to record
    on should be set to "Record".
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