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I can't find my last edited save

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Nov 30, 2020 Nov 30, 2020

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I just posted most complex podcast episode of my life last week and I cant pull up my saved file. I see backups from a month ago and nothing else. There is no way for me to recreate all of my sound effects and music traditions exactly. Please help. I had saved this file multiple times a day, I don't know what to do.

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Dec 01, 2020 Dec 01, 2020

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How are we supposed to help? You haven't told us a thing! For a start, is this on a Mac or a PC? When you say 'backups' you do realise that the only thing being backed up is your session file, don't you? No audio is backed up. Where is the backup location set to?

 

The 'normal' way to make a session secure is to store it locally on your machine in a folder of its own, with copies of any audio associated with it in there as well. Anything at all less than this is inherently risky. The riskiest thing of all is to save your backup session files to any form of cloud-based storage, because if you lose access to that (it's the internet, after all) then fundamentally, you're stuffed. I'm sorry, but I can't think of a politer way of putting it. So if it's a session, then that's what you need to investigate - where the backup folder actually is.

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