Yes I guess it will be
Yeah Pure data is awesome too. I got an Organelle and A Pi3 based PD machine, so I am a bit used to using PD in "embedded" hardware style. But most of the time I just use it with in my computer too, actually
I don't like to put the audio files into patch folders. I don't use the patch folders at all and I delete them. But that's a personal preference, other people uses them. If it was possible to make a folder that the patch folder was created in I would use them, but they all show up in the root and makes the sd-card messy and slow when you put the sd-card into a computer.
I make common libraries for different things. Something like this:
And so on....
I think this is better than using the patch folders, cause you don't end up with like many copies of the same file on the sd-card, spread all over the sd-card..
For adding files to the sd-card I usually just put it in a card and put it in my card reader on my macbook and copy the files manually. I think there is a file uploader, but never really used it.
Axoloti can actially also act like an sd-card reader. So if your Axoloti is connected and you go to the drop down menu "board" and select "Enter card reader mode", axoloti will disconnect and it now acts like any usb storage device, you can copy/paste/delete files as you like. Keep in mind this feature can be a bit slow if you have a lot of content on your sd-card. Which is why I prefer to just put it in a card and use the card reader on my Mac.
Both ways you can upload/copy as many files as you want. Try and see what you prefer.
Keep in mind that some of this is my personal preferences. Other people might do it differently and it might work well for them. But for me this is the best way