Bug: Default remix set loaded in Remix Deck with empty samples slots

De4m
De4m Member Posts: 5 Sine

Hello.

i found an error in Remix Deck. After install Traktor Pro 3.5.2 299 all defaults remix sets (BROWSER: TrackCollection/All Remix Sets/ Step Sequencer- Essential Drums Vol.1) is load in Remix Deck with empty samples slots.

To fix the problem it is necessary in the file c:\Users\[USER]\Documents\Native Instruments\Traktor 3.5.2\collection.nml write path to samples. For this: Find section "SET TITLE="Step Sequencer- Essential Drums Vol.3"" in this section: in each cell with sample find atribute "DIR="/:"" and replace to "DIR="c:\ProgramData\Native Instruments\Traktor Pro 3\Factory Sounds\"".

Question: 1. Why were the correct paths to the files not set during installation? 2. When will this issue be fixed?

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  • Kaiwan_NI
    Kaiwan_NI BerlinAdministrator Posts: 1,406 admin

    @Ryan_NI Do you mind verifying if this is a bug?

  • Ryan_NI
    Ryan_NI BerlinCustomer Care Posts: 160 mod

    Hey - Let me look into it and get back as soon as possible. Thanks!

  • Ryan_NI
    Ryan_NI BerlinCustomer Care Posts: 160 mod

    hey there - unfortunately, this is a known bug. if you want to check in on the status of this, feel free to reach out and refer to this bug number:

    TP-16761 - Default remix sets are empty after fresh installation

    I can't guarantee on when it will be fixed, but I can guarantee that we're looking into it. Thanks for your patience.

  • Ffox
    Ffox Member Posts: 1 Noise
    edited July 23

    Had the same issue, no samples were saving with my remix sets, or loading when i loaded the remix file.

    Kind of a weird fix.

    Went to preferences/ File management / Directories clicked on the '...' for sample directory root and it automatically went to the folder where the samples are saved. Clicked 'choose'.

    Now when i select a remix folder all the samples are visible there too, and when i load the remix file all the samples populate as they should again.

    @De4m Sounds like this is what you also explained above.

    Had me stumped for a bit but all good now.

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