#1
when i delete a delete a reaper project file, all of the .wav files that the project consisted of still remain on my computer. is there a way i can set it so that when i delete a project file, it deletes all the files associated with that project? or do i have to go through the entire "reaper media" folder, find it, and delete it myself?
#2
yeah - save the projects in a folder, and just delete the folder.
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#3
Quote by oneblackened
yeah - save the projects in a folder, and just delete the folder.

it saves the actual project file separate from the audio files. it automatically put all the audio files in a folder called "reaper media". when i delete the project file, the audio files are still there. knowhatimean?
#4
When you save it, check the boxes "move media to subdirectory" and "save project in subdirectory". Easiest way to deal with it.
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You CAN play anything with anything....but some guitars sound right for some things, and not for others. Single coils sound retarded for metal, though those who are apeshit about harpsichord probably beg to differ.
#5
Quote by oneblackened
When you save it, check the boxes "move media to subdirectory" and "save project in subdirectory". Easiest way to deal with it.

This is correct. I do this every time i start a new project so i don't clutter up my PC.
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