asked Jan 17 '19 at 16:03 by ejh (11)

Hi, In Ableton I just go to Add Folder in the Browser to add a folder with 3rd party wav's. In FL Studio 20 I just go to Options>File Settings, find an empty folder and add the folder to show up in FL's Browser. How can I do this in Bitwig. Running 2.4.3 Mac High Sierra. I'd like to have these 3rd party folders listed in the browser section of bitwig. Thanks for any help someone can offer. EJ

Found it. I just navigated to my external hard drive location where my packs/folders/sounds/wav files live via the browser using the "Computer" icon on the far top right of the Bitwig browser to get there. My Folders/Packs/Wavs are on an external hard drive with all my 3rd party sound files. Hope this helps someone else. :)

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answered Jan 17 '19 at 16:18 by ejh (11)

You can add your folders in the Dashboard -> Settings -> Locations -> Sound Content Locations

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answered Jan 18 '19 at 00:43 by Enrize (259)

edited Jan 18 '19 at 00:43

Thanks BCBeats!!

  — (Jan 18 '19 at 18:30) ejh

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