First of all, if you’re not reading this today, Happy New Year
Right, so my problem is this…
After a hiatus of 4 years I’ve started producing again on Cubase 5.
I’ve made several projects and once I had something going that I liked I went to backup project, made a new folder and named the project file.
As I go along I usually end up with multiple version of my work.
Wich I then for instance then save as project 1, 2, 3 etc (all in the same project folder).
A few days ago I went into the cubase project folder and I saw 155 folders named ‘Untitled’.
I checked quite a few of them and most had an audio file here and there, but nothing special.
Or so I thought…
I thought Cubase made these to hold temporary files or something, because many of these folders were empty.
After deleting these 155 folders (yes I know), I ended up with deleting all my projects audio files.
Now, my question is…
When I backup a project and want to save a second version in the same folder, apparently cubase does not use the existing audio folder of that project, but saves it elsewhere (Untitled?).
Why is that and is there a way to not having to backup a project with each and every single new version?
(Thus keeping all audio files in the audio-project folder)
Thanks in advance.