Question about PT template
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3rd January 2014
Old 3rd January 2014
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Question about PT template

So I just built a custom quick run of the mill mix template out of boredom, and when I was done I saved it into the system as a mix template... so whenever I start a new session I can choose that template no problems... but here's my question... without thinking, and out of a terribly bad habit of deleting things when I'm done with them rather than holding off ... I deleted my PT session I used to make the template. So now whenever I'm in another PT session I can't import session data because I've deleted the template session (I hope this is making sense to anyone out there lol)

BUT, seeing as how I can still open a brand new session and still choose that template I'm sure that it's been saved to my hard drive SOMEWHERE... I just don't know where. So where in the world would this have been stored (on Mac OS) so I can pull from this location whenever I need to import the template session data...

I hope I explained that well enough =/ lol
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3rd January 2014
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If you did the PT option "save as template" from the file menu then it should show up here (assuming PT 9 is the same as PT 10 in this respect): Applications>Avid>Pro Tools>Session Templates>Custom (possibly)
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4th January 2014
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Why don't you just start a new session using the template, then immediately do a "save as" ?
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Originally Posted by Bender412 View Post
Why don't you just start a new session using the template, then immediately do a "save as" ?
You're a genius! LOL! Ahhh why didn't I think of that? Thanks, buddy!
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