asked Aug 24 '14 at 23:15 by kzantow (316)

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I'd like to rearrange some of my samples, but the ones I've used in projects don't seem to load when I move them to another location. Is there a way I could 'find' the missing samples and have sampler retain loop points/etc?

I would hope sampler finds wave files with the same name/size/etc. if I move them between sample locations - is there a different way to move samples I should be using?

And yes, I did add all sample locations to the folders in the options.

Thanks.

Hi, open up your project and have a look at the Browser. In the bottom of the Browser there should be 3 icons, click the middle one to open the Project Panel. In the Project Panel there will be three tabs - Info, Used Files, Used Plug-ins. Go to Used Files and then select Missing. Here you will find tools to locate any files missing from your project.

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answered Sep 18 '14 at 15:32 by fredrik (90)

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Great! I missed that icon, worked perfectly!

  — (Sep 20 '14 at 07:23) kzantow

wow this was bugging me....thanks for posting the info!

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answered Oct 02 '16 at 21:02 by DeMayo (11)

anyway to avoid this in the future? iv never had this problem before with any other programs....

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answered Oct 02 '16 at 21:02 by DeMayo (11)

@DeMayo

Under File>collect and save.

That will copy all external samples into the project folder

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answered Oct 07 '16 at 10:47 by OnsnO (51)

edited Oct 07 '16 at 11:13

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