Communication is crucial when you’re collaborating with other music makers, particularly if you’re working remotely. You also need to ensure that your projects are organised, with everyone being able to collaborate on audio files in the same place. Fortunately, Pibox is here to make your life easy, enabling producers, engineers and musicians to work together wherever they are, and whenever it’s most convenient.
Pibox is a new service that makes it easier to share your mix and get feedback on it from your chosen group of collaborators. Audio files of up to 190GB can be uploaded to your own personal cloud, and each member of the group can add their comments at specific points on a track’s timeline. The project-based workflow also enables you to upload more files as the track develops, and to work on different projects with different collaborators.
If you want to work in realtime, you can also stream tracks at 520kbps directly from your DAW, so that you can make live corrections as the chat flows.
Pibox has numerous applications; perhaps you’re a producer/engineer who wants to discuss a commissioned track with a client, or maybe you want to work on music with bandmates but can’t be in a room together? The service could also be used by teachers and students.
Pibox is already being embraced by professionals; audio engineer Ryan Kelly now uses it to communicate with his clients, uploading his mixes to them version by version and getting accurate and organised feedback.
You can try Pibox today for free, and subscription plans have been created for groups of collaborators. Early-bird pricing currently applies, and for the next two weeks, MusicRadar users can enjoy a 20% discount by using the code musicradar1love. So, now could be the perfect time to make Pibox your go-to destination whenever you need to share and collaborate.