FAQ:How can I find tracks by path?

FAQ:How can I find tracks by path?

If you need to find a track using a path, you can do that from the Tracks browser.

Finding A Track By Path

Start by navigating to the Tracks browser, and enabling the Paths column, like this:


Then you can use the Filter feature at the top of the Paths column (on the far-right) to filter for the path of your files. You can type the file name or path into the filter box. For example, if you were looking for a file in your HD Tracks folder, you could type that right in:


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