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Misc : Projects

The Projects tab in Serato Studio's Libary allows you to manage saved projects, just like you would sounds and other content. You can organise them via crates and sub-crates, or drag & drop them to quickly load a saved project. Serato Studio project files use the .ssp (Serato Studio Project) file extension:

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To start a new Serato Studio project:

1. Choose 'File' from the Project menu bar
2. Select 'New Project'
NOTE: You can also use the keyboard shortcut control/command + n

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To save a Serato Studio project:

1. Choose 'File' from the Project menu bar
2. Select 'Save Project'
3. In the macOS Finder or Windows Explorer dialogue box that appears, enter a name & location for your project, and select 'Save'
NOTE: The next time you choose 'Save' from the menu, it will overwrite the previously saved project with your new changes. To save a copy of the project or give the project a new title, choose 'Save As'
You can also use the keyboard shortcut control/command + s to quickly launch the 'Save project' dialogue box, or control/command + shift + s to launch the 'Save as project' dialogue box

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To save a Serato Studio project with Samples:

1. Choose 'File' from the Project menu bar
2. Select 'Save Project with Samples'
3. In the macOS Finder or Windows Explorer dialogue box that appears, enter a name & location for your project, and select 'Save'
NOTE: A compressed archive will be created with the name given above, in the specified location. Inside the archive is a copy of the .ssp file, and a folder entitled 'Samples', that includes the individual  tracks in your project saved as audio .wav files

To open a previously saved Serato Studio project:

1. Choose 'File' from the Project menu bar
2. Select 'Open Project'
3. In the macOS Finder or Windows Explorer dialogue box that appears, navigate to the location of your saved project, highlight the project and select 'Open'
NOTE: You can also choose 'File' --> 'Open recent project' to quickly see a list of recently accessed saved projects.
You can also use the keyboard shortcut control/command + o to quickly launch the 'Open Project' dialogue box