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    Lightbulb Folder backup/sync
    I was wondering if there was an application, or automation, I can create that will automatically back up or synchronize a folder to a usb drive whenever I plug it in. I am not really looking to make a compressed image, something that will just automatically replace the older folder with the newer one. I'm a musician working in garageband and want to be safe and have my recent projects to be updated automatically.

    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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    Chronosync can let you do that, its a pay app but does the job very well

    Once you have set-up a sync file you can use the Schedule manager to kick in a sync job when a specific volume mounts, ie your named USB key

    ChronoSync | Schedule File and Folder Synchronizations and Backups Like Clockwork | Econ Technologies
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