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You may want to try a different DAW to manage this project. I don't know about other DAWs, but Reaper uses non-destructive editing for the audio files. This means that no matter how many changes you make to the audio, the original files never change. You will only need to save a single copy of the original audio files and version the project file (which ...


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If you want your project to be editable, you must upload all of it. The easiest way to do this is throw it in a ZIP file. Everyone can open a ZIP file, and then it is just one thing to upload. Instructions for Windows/OSX. When you're done and have bounced everything down to stereo, encode it to MP3 as NReilingh suggested. MP3 is lossy compression, and ...


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I think the easiest at least from more of a video based standpoint is to have a meeting and have each person concentrate on a certain aspect of the sound design. Maybe 1 person could do the more natural sounds and another the more designed sounds. You can probably share mixdowns everyday (or as often as makes sense) If you have worked together and know ...


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Export your project to an mp3 file (256kbps should do it for the stereo bit rate) and upload it to your website's server. If this question is specific to the GarageBand app on the iPad, I believe the course of action would be to export a full-quality mix to iTunes and sync that back to your computer. You should then be able to find the track in iTunes, set ...


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"Any tips on processes that work where the client can be more present?" Listen to your client on the front end. Get in their head and figure out what they are trying to communicate to you even if they are not familiar with the language of sound design. Ask yourself how that directly applies to how you will go about the session. If you feel that your client ...


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So you mean that the client cannot sit in the same room as you? I think you need to define that you cannot simply come up with sounds at given times, but rather, you need some time to prepare them. Then you can have meetings where you can play the stuff that you've come up with. You may also explain to the client that your job is not about sounds (it would ...


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