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Moving files from 1 drive to another

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Hi and first I want to say thanks to anyone who tries to help. It's very much appreciated.

I am brand new to Cake Walk. During the installation process I chose D drive for everything I could. I wanted everything installed on my D drive. Some of Cakewalk is on my C drive anyway. My C drive is my SSD drive but is only 220GB storage, whereas my D drive is not SSD but is 1Tb. I need everything possible on my D drive. Could someone please explain to me how to set up Cakewalk so all my recordings go in D drive?

In preferences I did see a long list of folders I can move to my D drive but am not sure which ones are safe to do so. I don't want to move something I shouldn't and cause Cakewalk to have problems due to my ignorance. I am simply trying to ensure when I start a project, it's all on my D drive. I am very much a newbie at this and until this is resolved, I can't start any projects to learn the software. I am using Windows 10. If Cakewalk works as I hope, I intend on upgrading to the paid version.

I did look in FAQ and I looked around in case someone else had asked the same question. I apologize if it has been answered and I missed it.

Thanks again in advance for any help.

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To record to the D drive

  • change Preferences > File > Folder Locations "Project Files" to a folder on the D drive and
  • change Preferences > File > Audio Folder "Global Audio Folder" to a folder on the D drive. It can be under the "Project Files" folder if you wish just like it is on the C drive.

 

14 minutes ago, Gwa said:

If Cakewalk works as I hope, I intend on upgrading to the paid version.

There is no paid version. 

The software is free.

 

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