2020 has been a weird year. And given this year’s events, many creatives are forced to collaborate remotely.
The good news is there are plenty of file-sharing services around. But a big question for Logic users is what’s the best service for remotely collaborating in Logic?
At this moment Logic Pro doesn’t have a system for syncing and sharing specific to Logic.
But luckily for us Mac users, anyone with an Apple device can enjoy an iCloud account. It’s free to start, and you have immediate access upon creating your Apple ID.
So while not a file syncing and sharing service specific to creatives, it is pretty helpful.
Of course, if you prefer to use something other than iCloud, there are plenty of other options to choose from:
- Google Drive
But did you know there’s a free option specifically for music production? That has no limit on upload size, and even saves different versions of your Projects as your Project progresses?
Plus, it allows you to invite collaborators.
Additionally, Logic Pro does offer Sharing facilities between Logic Pro and Garageband for iOS. It’s a self-syncing system that makes great use of iCloud.
So today let’s explore all these different options for collaborating. Between iCloud, Splice, and Garageband for iOS, your options aren’t too shabby 🙂