This is a kind of specific question and I’ve read through the manuals.
It’s about Cubase ai5 and Native Instruments’ Kore Player. I accidentally moved the Kore Player to another folder when I installed another program. Kore Player was moved automatically, I think I didn’t do anything. Then I noticed that in my Cubase projects some of the Kore sounds had disappeared, but some not. Okay, I managed to move the player’s sound content back approximately where they had located and eventually reconnect them to most of my projects - when the “samples missing” - dialog had appeared, I browsed the sounds manually.
The problem is that I saved some of my Cubase projects (actually didn’t save but made backups) at a stage when I had skipped the sample searching. So they are saved(backupped) without the reconnections to Kore Player. Now when I open the project, the “samples missing” -dialog doesn’t appear anymore. So, I’d like to make the connections other ways, but I don’t know how. I don’t know from where to connect the sounds…
It would of course be nice to know where was the original Kore Player sound content location, but that’s a kind of secondary interest. I only wish the “samples missing” -dialog would show up again and guide me to the new sound locations. But yeah, how can I find them and connect them back to the Kore player myself? To the projects I had saved without the sounds.
Maybe it’s also good to mention that after I had switched/tried out the right settings in Kore Player itself, after moving the sound content files to their present place, the Cubase projects that I opened now, where I had not made the reconnections or saved, opened without asking about the missing files or anything. Everything was on it’s place. But still they won’t go in the saved projects!