Until now, Pro Tools users needing to send their mixes to clients for review and approval have had to go through multiple manual processes. This creates an abundance of friction and inefficiency, leading to unhappy clients and missed deadlines.

SoundFlow 400pxUntil now, Pro Tools users needing to send their mixes to clients for review and approval have had to go through multiple manual processes: bounce their mixes, use third party software to combine it with video, subscribe to third party cloud services like Dropbox or WeTransfer to upload their files, and then receive the client comments through a tangle of email threads, Facebook and text messages. This creates an abundance of friction and inefficiency, leading to unhappy clients and missed deadlines.

SoundFlow, together with the secure media management platform, ioGates, announce the answer to this productivity roadblock, providing an essential boost for remote audio post production and music review and approval workflows.

How does it work?

With a single click, Pro Tools users can now automate the entire process, from bouncing a mix, marrying it to video, uploading a secure version to the cloud, generating a share link, and sending it in an email to the client.

With the secure share links - provided by ioGates - remote clients can view or listen to the mix and add their timestamped comments easily, and from any device. Once all clients have finished their reviews, the sound designer or music mixer can download all the notes and get them back as markers, straight into their Pro Tools timeline –– ready to continue their work. This is crucial for streamlining the process while allowing full and effective feedback from stakeholders and creative colleagues worldwide. This quantum leap in efficiency means that the entire process of review and approval is transformed, not just in speed, but also in security.

For more info, visit https://soundflow.org/.

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