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Old 05-06-2008, 07:31 AM
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Default Cubase 4 (Which drive for cpr projects?)

Ok I've read the threads for best set up:

Drive for O/S
Drive / s for Samples
Drive for audio only.

My question is which drive do people save their sequencer saved projects to (Cubase / cpr etc)?
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It doesn't matter really for performance. It does however matter for safety - pick the drive you think it's most unlikely to fail.

Be sure to make backups too.

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It DOES matter in performance, depending on how many audio streams are played or recorded.

I use three SATA2 500GB drives for music:

1st: System + applications + some small libraries
2nd: EWQL Libraries, BFD libraries
3rd: Recording + project storage
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Re Pietro's point about making back-ups...

FWIW, for people who, like me, are a bit sloppy about rigorous back-up routines: I like to have a "working" back-up partition on a different physical drive from the one where the files (cpr, xls, doc, or whatever) are being saved. Then it's so quick and easy to drag a file or folder to the back-up drive, that even I do it often enough. Nothing but backups goes into any of those partitions, and I never actually open a file there (copy elsewhere). (I DO also do less frequent backups to optical disks - but it's good to know that all the important stuff has recent back-ups that would be safe unless there was a problem that lost data on both hard drives.)
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