There has been a very short discussion in the chat of the last @Omri_Cohen video, about how do you (in general) name your files:
Dragonrabbit63: Omri, I’m curious, how do you name your files? Because I personally have more then twenty odd WIP files, and was wondering if I could get some naming inspiration!
rsmus7: I use the Date, maybe the main module I use and a a kind of description like drum or melodic or… and version numbers
Dragonrabbit63: Thanks! Mine are mostly WIP 1, WIP 1 with sequencer, WIP2, … etc, stuff like that, or random words, I could swear I have a song called bob!
So here is how i name my patches (and all those i download, too), for if it imay be of help for someone here:
- Generative Patch #<num>[.<version_number>] (short_title) [<author> - <date>].vcv
a living example (original patch):
- Generative Patch #27 (New Echoes!) [Josep - 11.04.19]
(after checking the new Alright Devices’ Chronoblob2)
and subsequent versions of it:
- Generative Patch #27.01 (New Echoes!) [Josep - 11.04.19]
Generative Patch #27.02 (New Echoes!) [Josep - 12.04.19]
Generative Patch #27.nn (New Echoes!) [Josep - 03.05.19]
Sometimes i add the name of the main module also to the short title, and i also keep all the patches in their own author’s folder (i.e.: ‘mine’, ‘omri cohen’, ‘basics’, ‘andrew mercer’, etc.).
Of course, any other suggestions will be welcomed.