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Albums can be published by signing up to BandLab, and uploading tracks via web (Chrome web browser recommended).

 

BandLab supports music file formats wav, mp3, m4a, ogg, and aac for uploading.

 

Up to 50 songs can be uploaded as an album

 

Up to 10 files (10MB each) can be uploaded as bonus materials for fans to download once they purchase an album.

Most image and video formats are supported.

 

Listeners can listen or download Albums via web at bandlab.com, or via the BandLab app for iOS or Android

 

Downloads are delivered as M4As (96Kbps, 44.1 kHz)'

 

'Release as many singles, EPs and albums as you like, and keep ALL of your earnings! No commissions, no fees and no hidden T&Cs.'

 

https://blog.bandlab.com/introducing-bandlab-albums/

 

https://www.bandlab.com/

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It's like using DropBox.

 

I've registered my muso colleagues into a "band" and they all have edit-access to a "project", where they can add tracks etc.

 

One thing to watch for: Bandlab maintains "transactional consistency" not by locking multiple users out of simultaneous edit access, but by creating forks of the project. It would be nice to be informed that someone else has the project open.

 

Cheers, Mike.

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It's like using DropBox.

 

I've registered my muso colleagues into a "band" and they all have edit-access to a "project", where they can add tracks etc.

 

One thing to watch for: Bandlab maintains "transactional consistency" not by locking multiple users out of simultaneous edit access, but by creating forks of the project. It would be nice to be informed that someone else has the project open.

 

Cheers, Mike.

 

Actually, the fork structure, which is very nicely represented graphically, is one of BandLab's strong points. Each node on the tree can be labeled and commented upon.

 

They don't limit you to working solely within their DAW with their sounds any more, do they?

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