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Missing Audio Files
Old 4 weeks ago
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Missing Audio Files

Hi People.
I use Logic Pro x and one of my earlier recordings has 4 audio files missing. Because it was in the early days; you know, the days where everything goes wrong just because you are learning the software etc etc. Like an idiot I didn't make this particular project in a folder and as a result I don't know where the Audio files are stored. I have searchlight searched, googled, watched guru vids but I cant find anything that is going to help me to locate the missing files. As they are important I have to find them as the client wants a remix.......... Whoops. So, my question is this:-
Is there a default folder where Logic stores audio files so that idiots like me can find them? Incidentally, I made a safety copy and those files are missing in that one too. Obviously the audio files have either been accidentally deleted or re-located.
Any ideas?
Cheers. Jon
Old 4 weeks ago
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Hi People.
I use Logic Pro x and one of my earlier recordings has 4 audio files missing. Because it was in the early days; you know, the days where everything goes wrong just because you are learning the software etc etc. Like an idiot I didn't make this particular project in a folder and as a result I don't know where the Audio files are stored. I have searchlight searched, googled, watched guru vids but I cant find anything that is going to help me to locate the missing files. As they are important I have to find them as the client wants a remix.......... Whoops. So, my question is this:-
Is there a default folder where Logic stores audio files so that idiots like me can find them? Incidentally, I made a safety copy and those files are missing in that one too. Obviously the audio files have either been accidentally deleted or re-located.
Any ideas?
Cheers. Jon
Did you right or control click on the actual Logic Pro X project file and then select “ Show Package Contents”>Media folder>Audio Files folder. That’s where Logic stores the audio files by default.
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Hi FastLanePhil.
Thanks for that. Had a look but nope. Piano track not there. It's quite bizarre really. I have decided to get the piano track re-recorded as I have wasted too much time with this. Cheers again.
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