After a lot of questions and peoples troubles here is what works for me and some reasons why... I keep my sample folder easy to access and never have my saved remix sets using the samples in it. By doing the steps below. Before a sample is played(saved) from the loop recorder you need to rename it in the remix deck. It will then be saved as that name and not the generic "loop recorder datexxxxxxx?" name. Much easier to sort in the folder and see in the deck. If you play before renaming you will not write the name to the file. It will only display the name in the deck. Weird but true. 1. record or use deck loop. 2. drag to slot 3. rename 4. play 3x to save (autosave enabled in preferences)(Also set to loop!) 5. do same steps until remix set work is done 6. Rename whole set(if you haven't yet) 7. save set or save and overwrite (if work in progress) 8. check the set in browser tree and make sure samples saved are correct(when in remix sets in main browser window click the name in the tree it will show all samples) 9. export set I use an ext hd for this 10. Clear remix deck... by switching to track or live deck and back to remix deck. You will notice switching back the set flickers and clears. I am not sure why but the info is held until the switch back? And is holding the samples as active. Step 11 works best if the deck is cleared. 10.5 edit as of newer versions this doesn't seem to be necessary. 11. delete the saved remix set (after export!) and select delete unused samples from harddrive also. This will clear the sample folder of the files. 11.5 Step 11 also has changed after updates, what I mainly do now is delete the Remix set (After Export!) Then also find the set if it was previously saved in the Content Import Folder and delete that as well. The main purpose is to remove any links or data for the set as it will be replaced with the exported file. 12. import the trak file this will put all samples in the content import folder with the remix set and will no longer use them from the sample folder or anywhere else on the hard drive. Also this .trak file (remix set) is now easily saved on a backup or shared. Sounds like a lot of work. But just try these exact steps and you will have working (named) samples and a sample folder not cluttered or if you choose to keep any samples at least named instead of "loop recorderdatetimexxx". Hope this helps... Anyone with ? I will be happy to explain this more. oh one more thing. When using effects with the track and loop recorder. You need to use "insert" not "post-fader". The loop recorder will not record the effect with the post fader enabled on effects. As of version 2.6. Have not tested this in version 2.6.1.