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    Moving Omnisphere to an Ext. Disc.

    Is it possible to move Omni from my internal drive to an External? Or do I have to re-install?
    Any Help would be appreciated.
    Thanks

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    Re: Moving Omnisphere to an Ext. Disc.

    From the Reference guide:
    http://support.spectrasonics.net/rmx...ed/page07.html

    GETTING STARTED - Moving the SAGE Directory


    After installation, you can easily move the large SAGE directory containing all the sound files to a secondary drive if you wish to free up space on your original installation drive.


    WINDOWS - MOVING THE SAGE DIRECTORY AFTER INSTALLATION

    •Drag or copy the SAGE folder from your installation drive (C:\Program Files\Spectrasonics) to the hard drive location of your choice.

    This can be another drive partition, a secondary internal drive or an external hard drive such as a Firewire or USB2 hard drive, etc.


    •Next, right-click the SAGE folder in the new location to create a “Shortcut To SAGE”.


    •Next, copy the shortcut to C:\Program Files\Spectrasonics.


    •Finally, make certain to remove the “Shortcut To ” from the name (including removing the spaces), leaving the folder shortcut named SAGE


    MAC OSX - MOVING THE SAGE DIRECTORY AFTER INSTALLATION


    •Drag or copy the SAGE folder from your installation drive
    (For Example: Macintosh HD/Library/Users/user name/Library/Application Support/Spectrasonics)
    to the hard drive location of your choice.

    This can be another drive partition, a secondary internal drive or an external hard drive such as a Firewire or USB2 hard drive, etc.

    • Next, hold (Apple key and Option key) on the keyboard, click and drag the SAGE folder to the desktop to create an alias of the folder named SAGE.


    •Next, move the SAGE alias from the desktop to Users/user name/Library/Application Support/Spectrasonics


    Hope that helps you Lunamusic.

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