Best Solutions for Remote Collaboration and Projects

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Best Solutions for Remote Collaboration and Projects

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I've heard of JackTrip, netjack, and Pretty Good Jacktrip Toolkit. Jitsi and bouncing audio files seems like the easiest method for novice and experienced tech users.

What other solutions are great for remote music collaboration?
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Still nothing. Anyone ever use Soundation? Trying to find something that does multitrack editing and high-res stem WAV exports.
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Sorry to be late. I do remote collaboration a lot, and we just pass wav files back and forth on a shared Dropbox folder. We pass about 100 emails back and forth with every song project. Nothing fancy. I use all Linux tools, and he uses a Tascam hardware recorder, so our studio setups are quite different. We never do any real-time jamming.

This reply probably doesn't help you much, but maybe it's good to know that a minimalist option is doable.
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milo wrote: Tue Jan 18, 2022 4:30 am [...]we just pass wav files back and forth on a shared Dropbox folder.[...]
This is similar to my backup option: Nextcloud.
These seem stable and worth keeping in mind. I personally am only looking for server-based solutions at this time. Audiotool seems to be the best web app solution for now.
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I have used files shared from own web server. No problems with latencies, round trip latency in collaborations is sometimes few months :-)
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