Cakewalk projects, extension .cwp, contain all your project information with the exception of your digital audio data. This data is stored in a separate folder or folders. You can opt to save the audio data for all of your projects in a single audio folder, or create multiple folders.The Project Files dialog box lists all of your project’s audio files and their location. This dialog box is a valuable tool for managing your audio files. Access the dialog by opening a project and choosing Project > Audio Files.Figure 493. The Project Files dialog box.The Project Files dialog box has important information, including:
Global. This means that the file is stored in the Global Audio Data directory. The Global Audio Data directory can be changed in Edit > Preferences > File - Audio Data.
Local. This means that the file is stored in the local wave data directory, a per-project data directory which is a subdirectory in the directory where the project file is stored.
External. This means that the file is stored in a directory other than the Global Audio Data directory or in a Local audio data directory.
Missing. This means that the file is not to be found.
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