asked Aug 23 '14 at 15:05 by goddamnmaddog (356)

Of I drag&drop Samples as wavs from project to a specific location, it is not saved there, is it just a issue of mine?

Hi finetunes, are you using the latest version of Bitwig Studio (1.0.14 at the moment)? I assume you are dragging clips to the browser to store them, is that right? Which tab in the browser, and to what area are you dragging your clips?

  — (Sep 26 '14 at 16:36) fredrik

yes I use always the newest version, even the RC versions.

yes, pre or post fader/post fx or not.

Yes I know, I can save it to a specific location which I defined before, but in every other sequencer I can save it everywhere I want to. This is really essential...

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answered Sep 26 '14 at 22:31 by goddamnmaddog (356)

I think you want to do two things, you want to: 1. Save your clip to a specific location 2. When storing you want to select if it's pre- or post fx

These are two quite different things.

For 1: Open your browser and go to the files tab, you can now select any folder or location and drag your clips to store them here.

For 2: This selection will only be shown if you bounce audio (or export audio with the audio export process). The difference here is that by storing a clip as in example 1 you save it as a clip, with events, edits, time stretch etc. When you bounce or export you basically render the clip to an audio file.

Note that when storing a clip as in example 1 you do not store any effects that you have in the track, to do that you need to bounce your audio and select post fx. After you have bounced a clip you can of course store it as explained in example 1.

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