Once User Audio has been imported, it resides in the following directory in your drive:
The first four sub-directories under “User” are reflected in the first four columns of the Soundsource Browser when in File Directory mode. With that in mind, you can reorganize your directories inside “User” any way you like.
There are two things you must avoid or you will break your imported user audio:
- Do not rename files which have the extension .db or .zmap.
- Do not move files or folders outside “User.”
Other than that, you can create, rename, move, or delete folders.
NOTE: You must click on the Refresh button in your Soundsource Browser to see any changes.
Sometimes it can be simpler to organize your directories before importing. If you wish to re-organize folders that you have already imported, delete the previously imported files from your STEAM folder, organize your .wav and .aif directories in the new way and then re-import.