Reinstall. Or, make your own and call it Audio.
Just wondering how I would have lost it in the first place.Can you delete an installed workspace? and is there not an easier way to replace it without reinstalling the entire software?
is there not an easier way to replace it without reinstalling the entire software?
Not sure how you lost the default Audio Workspace,
but you can do as Jim suggests and create your own.
The .xml files for your saved Workspaces are here (pc):
This is the layout for the default Audio Workspace:
You can delete any workspace.
Thanks guys,I just recreated from Joe bloes' called it audio.You might think I was being a little sticky about this one but I had to recreate the original because I am studying from a text that makes reference to certain windows and it makes finding things easier.