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I have a small SSD of 500Gb and a 900 GB SATA drive.  I am going to purchase an East/West library.  In order to stretch my SSD space, would it be advisable to run CbB from the SATA dr and leave all my sound libraries on the SSD.  If so, can I simply redirect a new download of CbB to the SATA dr?

Thanks Willard

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15 hours ago, willard cottrell said:

I have a small SSD of 500Gb and a 900 GB SATA drive.  I am going to purchase an East/West library.  In order to stretch my SSD space, would it be advisable to run CbB from the SATA dr and leave all my sound libraries on the SSD.  If so, can I simply redirect a new download of CbB to the SATA dr?

Thanks Willard

In my experience and many others, Cakewalk should be installed on the C drive (Program drive). no other drive. No redirects. It needs to be on the main drive..

VST, VSTi, DX and DXi's are installed on the C program drive.

You can install sample library's on another drive, like E drive (Audio drive)

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