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S1 Creating a "Start" folder when I do mixdowns
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wen
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I don't see why this is happening. When I make a mixdown, and wherever I put it -- whether on my desktop, or as a newly named file within a folder I use to catalog all my mixes, it makes a NEW folder inside the one I named, called "Start."

I select my mixdown "Between Start and End" or Start and Marker #2 or something.

Is this possibly why???
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Sounds like it. I would wager a guess that your mixdown option is set Between Marker x and Marker x. In that scenario, it will name the mixdown after the name of the first marker. The assumption on S1's part is that you will have multiple mixdowns for multiple markers, so it is keeping track of them for you.

Just use Between start and end marker to avoid.
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