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    RMX AND REX2 NAVIGATION

    hello all

    i have coinverted a load of rex 2 files with the latest sage converter but the rmx browser doesn't see them - anyone know why? they are definately there - you can see them via windows. they were installed to the c: programs/spectrasonics folder and i have additionally copied them to my own sage library folder but neither seem to be available - unlike the bonus spectrasonics stuff which is fine.................

    cheers

    tuesday

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    Re: RMX AND REX2 NAVIGATION

    Check out the SAGE tutorial--it discusses the fact that you can't have nested subfolders of loops. If you do, they won't be seen by RMX.

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    Re: RMX AND REX2 NAVIGATION

    thanks fgrittner. i don't think its that - i followed the quicktime guide - in fact i happened to even be using the same string rex files shown in the guide - and i have tried moving the folders up a level. in the browser section of rmx it will not even let you access the 'converted rex files folder' - when you select user library, it hesitates and then defaults back to core library - or whatever it weas before. hhhmmmm........

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    Re: RMX AND REX2 NAVIGATION

    I am having no problems. The path of the Rex files are as follows:
    Spectrasonics/Sage/Sage Libraries/User Libraries/Converted Rex files

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