The information in this article applies to:
- SONAR (All SONAR Family Products)
- Guitar Tracks Pro
- Music Creator
- Home Studio
- Take a look the Available Disk Space readout at the bottom of the Cakewalk window. If it says you're low, then you're low, and you'll need to clean up some space. To do this, choose Tools | Clean AudioDisk. Click [Find], and once all the files are located, choose [Delete All]. Make sure you empty your Windows recycle bin afterward, in case the files were sent there. You can also do this under Start | Programs | Accessories | Systems Tools | Disk Cleanup.
- If the disk space readout looks like you've got plenty of room, locate the file AUD.INI in the Cakewalk directory, and delete it. Next, go to Options | Global | Audio Data, and make sure the Data Directory is pointing to the proper path. If you've recently reinstalled or upgraded Cakewalk, this may be incorrect and you'll have to edit it now.
Alternately, you can change the Data Directory to C:\Wave (or whatever drive letter is appropriate for your system). If you've already recorded some audio in other files, be sure to move the contents of the previous Data Directory to this new one.