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So I am doing a very large project with hundreds of files, and for a while, I thought that "Save RX Document As..." meant it would save all the currently open tabs. However, when I went back to one, it only opened the exact tab/file I was on when I saved. Is there some other way to save all tabs, or do I need to save each file as its own RX document? I haven't needed to re-edit anything yet, but I like to leave myself a trail to follow, so if something bad happens I don't need to start from the freshly recorded .wav.

I don't use the plugins inside of Ableton for many reasons, but I know that could be the easiest solution.

  • Have you contacted iZotope support for their response? – Mark Aug 29 '18 at 12:34
  • @Mark yes, when I didn't get an answer I contacted them. When I get home I'll write an answer with their response (which was that there is no way) – Aethenosity Aug 31 '18 at 15:12
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I got a response from Izotope. I sent a message saying:

Hi, I thought that "Save RX Document As..." meant it would save all the currently open tabs. However, when I went back to one, it only opened the exact tab/file I was on when I saved. Is there some other way to save all tabs, or do I need to save each file as its own RX document? Thank you

and got a response saying:

Thanks for reaching out to us! Sorry for the difficulty!

Unfortunately you will have to save each of them separately. I’ll be happy to pass this up as feedback to the team though to be considered as an option for future updates!

Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions!

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