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    How to prevent loosing projects in FL Studio

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    Anybody ever run through problems reopening their recently worked on projects? You get some error message and cannot reopen the work. I tried to talk about it in detail on my blog and I want to know any other suggestions or ways fl users use to get around this problem
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    zipping the project files is the first step for me, and i always keep the setup files for whatever plugins i use regularly. if i want to use a plugin then intend to delete it, ill render the plugin channel to audio, import the sample then delete the plugin.

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    yea zip and backup to backup HD

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    What errors are you getting? I feel like FL Studio has improved a lot on this, I haven't lost a FLP project to "corruption" or things of that nature in years.

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    You can also go the extra step and render your split your mixer tracks and then turn all your channels into midi tracks to be sure you won't lose your composition. Even if the project file gets corrupted you still have most of the raw data you need.
    Last edited by KRiSR; 09-15-2016 at 10:27 PM.

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