Bounce Boss is a new way to collaborate with artists worldwide
Bounce Boss is a new online system for sharing and collaborating with artists worldwide or delivering professional work to clients.
Online music collaboration systems seem like they’re becoming somewhat of a trend, every next week there is another platform that’s being launched. However, competition is healthy in a relatively small market as it pushes competitors to innovate which further expands the scene. Each of the new cloud-based collaboration platforms offer their own unique set of selling-points, from DAW and app integration to distribution features.
Bounce Boss seems like it would excel for professionals delivering audio projects to clients worldwide, from mastering to mixing engineers. The system allows you to send and share audio files with anyone, not just Bounce Boss users. It presents an easy-to-use file manager to keep everything in check.
Bounce Boss features a Player Page which allows you to upload various versions of a finished work and even reference material for the client to flip between and make A/B comparisons. The Player Page features an automatic level matching system, making comparisons slightly more accurate.
Keep all your feedback in check…
Bounce Boss features an intuitive comments section that allows you to keep track of all comments and feedback in a single place. You can sync feedback up to specific timestamps or loops in the material. Most professional engineers probably know the pain of tracking down feedback in long strings of emails, Bounce Boss changes all of that. The system keeps track of who has made feedback, and which collaborators have seen the feedback.
It offers three plans depending on your storage requirements, GBP £4 (Around R75) per month gets you 4GB, GBP £9 (Around R170) per month gets you 15GB and GBP £39 (Around R730) per month gets you 100GB. They also offer a free 15-day trial that can be extended to 30 days when you create your first project.
For more information check out the Bounce Boss website.