Join Nate Mars for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with project collaborators, part of Up and Running with Splice.
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- Splice makes it easy to collaborate with people all around the world. You can share your projects in your Private Studio with any number of coolaborators to collaborate privately, or release a project on Splice to collaborate with the community. We'll cover releases in the community later in this course. There are so many benefits to working with collaborators. I found that when I'm working with other people on a track, I learn so much about new ways to approach something. For example, I was working on a track the other day with a collaborator, and they did something really cool using a pitch envelope on a hi-hat track. That was something I had never really tried before.
Working with collaborators can also be really helpful when you have a project and you aren't sure what to do next. Everyone has writer's block sometimes, and having other people to work with and bounce ideas off of can be really helpful. To add a collaborator to a project, we're going to click a project in our Private Studio. Then we're gonna go to the Collaborators tab. From here you can add any number of collaborators, and you can invite them by entering their Splice user name or email address. When you do, your collaborators will recieve a notification via email and in the Splice desktop app. Anytime you add a new save to a project, Splice will sync that save and notify all collaborators.
I'm going to add my producer Todd Howard now. As you can see, Todd is now collaborator on this project. And it looks like he just left me a new comment. I highly encourage you to invite your friends to collaborate on projects you've synced with Splice. Collaborating is a great way to learn techniques from your peers and also get you beyond writer's block with friends contributing to help projects move forward.
- Creating a Splice account
- Adding your projects to Splice
- Working with collaborators
- Using Splice Sounds
- Discovering popular plugins
- Creating a release using the Splice DNA Player