By Stephanie Ciccarelli
April 16, 2007
CD in the mail?
Where there is a will, there's a way!
Share how you get your finished digital audio products to clients.
In the new age of digital technology and email, we'd like to ask you how you deliver audio files to your clients.
As was mentioned earlier, you may employ email, FTP (file transfer protocol), or ship a CD in the mail with the finished work in the format and fidelity your client requires.
There's also a new piece of software out there called "Source Connect" by Source Elements LLC. From what I understand, you need to have ProTools and so does the person you are sending your audio to. This method is heralded as a potential solution to replace expensive ISDN sessions.
Perhaps you mix these up and it really depends upon each particular client and their needs...
Let us know!
Looking forward to reading your answers,
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