With Splice, your DAW becomes collaborative
Splice offers a new way for remote collaboration without changing your DAW.
The Splice project has just been opened to the public, in beta version, and is currently working with Ableton Live 8 and 9, FL Studio 11 and Logic Pro X, but the team wants to make it compatible with any DAW.
Splice is an desktop app that installs on any Mac and PC and from which you’ll share your sessions and updates with other collaborators. The system does not work in real time, updates are made manually, which allows you to send your changes only when you are satisfied. Splice then syncs the tracks, samples and presets on the Cloud, note that some components are not supported, you’ll need to share them via Dropbox or any other sharing solution. You’ll also be noticed when collaborators updates theirs parts and know who’s working on which part.
Splice lets you choose the way you want to work: it can be private with selected collaborators, or public and let the members of the community remix them, for instance.
Another interesting feature that has just been launched with this beta version of Splice, a DNA Player lets you and your collaborators visualize all the tracks and arrangements in the project, add comments on the tracks and it displays a resume of the components (samples, plug-ins) so your collaborators know what they need to work on your tracks (see an example here).
You can sign up now for free and participate in the public beta phase of Splice at splice.com.
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