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 Post subject: Re-creation Of Analysis File
PostPosted: Tue Apr 29, 2003 8:29 pm 

Joined: Mon Feb 10, 2003 11:06 am
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Location: Tilburg, The Netherlands
Hello,

I have a MP3 file, it’s a song. Two weeks ago I convert the MP3 file to WAV and put it on a track in arranger in Live 2.03. Here I corrected the BPM, Warp markers, sample settings etc, and saved the Analysis (.Wav.ASD) file. Then I go play with this song to remix it. All went well. Mix is done. Original song .WAV file I don’t need anymore so I delete this file but I keep the Analysis file and the original .MP3 to the hard disk.

Today I converted the MP3 file again to WAV. I copied the WAV and the analysis file to a new folder and wanted to start using live again. When I dragged the .WAV into a track in the arranger, Live started to re-create the analysis file again so I lost al my settings.

What does live check to re-create the Analysis file?

Windows XP Professional SP1 US
Live 2.03

Regards,
Diederick F.M. Cools.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 15, 2003 11:22 pm 

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Still no answer, I really would like to know this one.....


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 18, 2003 3:47 am 

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I've bugged Ableton a little about it, but it seems that an asd is unique to a particular file. No idea how or why, but that's the way it seems to be.

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