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I have some strong feelings on this topic, so apologies in advance for the longish post. Here's how I organize my audio files: I don't! Before you throw up, let me explain… What I mean is that I don't sort, file or otherwise organize my audio files into folders in my operating system. Not at all. My entire working sound library is nothing more than ...


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I think for sound design elements (very basic things like a low thud, tool clutter, cork pop) it is good to give files a rudimentary searchable name. For finished sound effects with many elements you might want to add terms to the name or give it tags. Personally I would love to be independent of metadata. My library is still a work in progress. The most ...


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Partitioning of SSD's is not particularly relevant as there is no particular difference in head seek time - there are no 'read/write' heads in an SSD. Partitioning was useful with magnetic platters as different portions of the spindle had different seek and performance times depending on the linear velocity of the head over the platter. Don't worry about ...


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Performancewise it doesn't really matter if you create several partitions or stick with one: https://superuser.com/questions/808833/disadvantages-of-partitioning-an-ssd However the amount of data traffic in general matters, and with two discs you can split up the traffic, e.g. like so: Disk 1 (1 TB): One or two partitions: one for the system and one for ...


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The difficulty with the problem presented is that "spectral content" is not just a number you can compare to find degrees of proximity. You need to have complex analysis algorithms, comparing multiple parameters depending on the intended application, and define proximity criteria, normally based on statistical methods. This is true even for relatively "...


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Hey James, What version of PT are you using? When you save copy, are you saving it as 5.1 - 6.9 or earlier? That will shorten character names exceeding 31 characters. And the letters that get dropped aren't random, they are vowels only, so no worries. James


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