There are certain things that you have to remember about the way that Logic works, as far as file structure goes - if you change the location of the audio files that are in the regions of a project, you will have to re-locate them (you can do that in the audio bin) to re-establish the file path - the EXS24 will actually look for samples and it might not do it very quickly if your Spotlight index hasn't been updated recently, which is another story.
You have to think about what you need to save into a project folder if you're gonna share it with somebody else, if you're working on a project like that, but otherwise Logic saves what you need for that particular project on your own computer, so that should be OK.
Well, for example, .component files should be placed in your computer's Audio folder, rather than the project file's folder (or your own Audio folder available to you with your log-in) to be available for all your projects, I'm not totally sure what you mean.
There are certain things that you have to remember about the way that Logic works, as far as file structure goes - if you change the location of the audio files that are in the regions of a project, you will have to re-locate them (you can do that in the audio bin) to re-establish the file path.
How is it you go about doing this????/
i have software regions that have notes programmed in on the piano roll, so that doesnt matter right?
its the instrument that plays those notes that im concerned about.
it will play those notes now, with certain settings that i changed.
if i move the instrument file to another location, the instrument will be "missing" from its original. if i go ahead and make it browse to the new location, the settings will be reset to default.
If you have AU compatible plug-ins, they should be in ~\Library\Audio\Plug-ins\Components - I think that's what you mean, but I'm not certain, if you lose settings for something there might be a file that stores that information , often as something like .pst files, but there is no definite standard, so try putting the stuff you need to use in the place the software looks...he he..
Of course, it depends on which particular piece of software you're talking about, but some of them have a system of keeping presets (and user defined ones) in a particular folder, but some software designers maybe think that you should be able to work that out for yourself - I dunno, I've just seen things like that, and I don't always think about it when I'm carried away in the music, do I, he he..