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In The Studio: Audio File Sharing In The 21st Century
« on: August 09, 2018, 07:58:58 AM »

In The Studio: Audio File Sharing In The 21st Century
Technology has progressed to the point that clients no longer have to come to the studio or even be in the same state in order for them to listen to the mix.
By Nicholas Springer Posted in Reading Room on August 9, 2018

In the last decade, the way in which engineers share mixes with their client has changed dramatically. Not long ago, if you were trying to get your mix approved by the client, either they were in the studio with you listening on professional monitors or you would print your mix to a cassette or burn it to CD and they would take it to their car and have a listen.

Technology has progressed to the point that clients no longer have to come to the studio or even be in the same state in order for them to listen to the mix. Within minutes they can download their mix and listen to it on any number of formats.

Id like to cover some of the ways in which myself and other engineers have used to share projects with clients at Omega Studios.

Continue reading on PSW: https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/recording/in-the-studio-audio-file-sharing-in-the-21st-century/
« Last Edit: August 10, 2018, 11:48:41 AM by Keith Clark »
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