I’m a rookie – I
I’m a rookie – I left alll these files in place hoping that as the list grows over time I’ll notice what reason they’re all there for and what I’m supposed to do wit them.. ultimately I want everything to stay neat and TIDY.. well I’ve been learning how to use ableton for just over a half a year and I’m sick of seeing this mess continue to grow and I don’t really still understand what this all is.. I’ll be honest:
I don’t really confidently know what any of them are accept for the WAV and MP3.
The others, .als / .aif and .asd still mean nothing to me but I have a feeling they are supposed to stay put.. if I try and clean this folder up and reclassify things into “specific folders”? etc will I mess stuff up? I want to ask you all here if there are any pro tips on organizing this spot where the files grow
Like I don’t really even know WHAT I’m trying to ask here, but maybe someone can read between the lines and will catch my drift.. when I load files into ableton it creates a .asd file beside it.. and I noticed that a while ago I went and did some d’éclutter of my desktop and just by moving those files I used as sample it removed the entire sample from some of my productions. How do you guys and girls maintain this aspect of ableton?
Please and thank you
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