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How do I delete unwanted song files and tracks so as not to consume disk space unnecessarily?

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asked Jun 2, 2016 in Studio One 3 by effectspedals (180 points)
Studio One:  Win 7 x64

I'm quite new to Studio One and I have reviewed the manual for this question, but I haven't found an obvious answer.

I've created several songs and I'd like to delete unwanted songs/files/associated tracks so as not to consume disk space unnecessarily.  I can't find an file location where the tracks, which are likely the largest file type associated with a song, probably .wav files would be located.  But, I'm hoping there's a utility built into Studio One where you can remove a song and its associated tracks without having to dig into the file structure.

Thanks for your help!


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answered Jun 3, 2016 by mattcaprio (147,560 points)
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There is no built-in tool for this sort of thing.

Open Studio One, go to the options/preferences, then go to the Locations section of the options.

You'll find your "User Data" folder directory in the Locations section. This is where you'll find your old .song files with all associated media (such as .wav files you've recorded).