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Chapter 15.  Mixdown and Mastering  >  Backing Up Your Work

Backing Up Your Work

Making backup copies of your work as you go is paramount. Not only does it prevent you from having to rerecord your material if you make mistakes and erase files, but it is also a good way to keep source material from being lost because of hard drive crashes. Another good reason to back up files as you are working with them is that you can always go back and change things later in an arrangement or create a new arrangement altogether by using the source material rather than the master two-track recording. If these are not good enough reasons for you, consider this last piece of advice: When you are working on a project for someone else and charging studio time, I doubt that your client will be impressed by your work if you lose recordings!

There are many ways to do backups inside and out of Cubase:


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