What Service Do You Upload Trackouts To?

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  2. 4 years ago

    Maxx Factor

    23 Dec 2014 User since 2014 Paris + 205 RP
    Edited 4 years ago by Maxx Factor

    '@theimagineerz' - That's one hell of a deal, are they a stable service? Dropbox has never gone down, is Mediafire Pro as reliable?

  3. theimagineerz

    23 Dec 2014 User since 2014 Ventura, CA + 0 RP
    Edited 4 years ago by theimagineerz

    '@Maxx Factor' They've never let me or any of my customers down so I would say it's pretty reliable. It's a cloud storage service so I'm sure reliability is among their top priorities; it has to be. Give them a try.

  4. knocksquared

    23 Dec 2014 Power Contributor User since 2014 Atlanta Ga area + 1225 RP

    @theimagineerz'' @Maxx Factor' They've never let me or any of my customers down so I would say it's pretty reliable. It's a cloud storage service so I'm sure reliability is among their top priorities; it has to be. Give them a try.

    I roll with dropbox....but indeed MediaFire pro sounds intriguing

  5. [deleted]

    23 Dec 2014 User since 1970

    Yeah, mediafire sounds pretty good too. I'm sure it's a great option. Even with a lower price and more features, however, I personally am sticking with dropbox for the moment. It would be such a pain to have to re-upload all the files I have stored on my dropbox account haha

  6. Soundgine

    20 Feb 2015 Administrator User since 2014 Los Angeles + 17563 RP

    '@IsaacTaylor' Take a look in this thread for files that are more than 60MB. A lot of people are choosing MediaFire Pro.

    https://www.mediafire.com/upgrade/

  7. IsaacTaylor

    20 Feb 2015 User since 2014 Nashville, Tn + 601 RP

    '@Soundgine' will do!

  8. beatsbychance

    4 Mar 2015 User since 2014 Los Angeles + 7 RP

    I use GDriveURL.com -- it creates permalinks for your Google Drive files :)

  9. Soundgine

    4 Mar 2015 Administrator User since 2014 Los Angeles + 17563 RP

    '@beatsbychance' - Nice find!

  10. 3 years ago

    OHLY

    28 Jan 2016 Administrator User since 2015 London - Los Angeles + 1234 RP
    Edited 3 years ago by OHLY

    Excellent resource, had to dig for this.

  11. daroobeats

    28 Jan 2016 Power Contributor User since 2015 Atlanta, GA + 1820 RP

    '@beatsbychance' I noticed that the activity wall on GDriveURL.com allows others to access your files. Is there something im missing here.

  12. rfbeat

    28 Jan 2016 Power Contributor User since 2015 Australia + 1092 RP
    Edited 3 years ago by rfbeat

    '@Soundgine' is there a plan in the future for soundgine to offer larger storage for track outs or will it always be a 3rd party thing ?

  13. Soundgine

    28 Jan 2016 Administrator User since 2014 Los Angeles + 17563 RP

    We do intent to off this in the future.

  14. mixscape

    28 Jan 2016 Power Contributor User since 2015 France + 2861 RP

    wetransfer is working great for me

  15. I've been using Google Drive, partly because I already use so much google stuff I figured it would be easier and also it's really cheap ( I'm paying $2/month for 100GB). It doesn't give you any stats though and the download page doesn't look great and even confuses some people.

    I'm thinking of switching to MediaFire, but re-uploading all that stuff doesn't sound like fun...

  16. last year

    brewskibeats

    30 Jun 2018 User since 2017 + 31 RP

    How do I upload the files using Google Drive on Soundgine?

  17. SkillyMusic

    30 Jun 2018 Power Contributor User since 2015 + 2534 RP

    @brewskibeats' How do I upload the files using Google Drive on Soundgine?

    you can enter an external URL when you want to upload a license file

  18. chrisville

    30 Jun 2018 User since 2017 + 861 RP

    We need a great file host

  19. DEVIZE

    3 Jul 2018 User since 2018 Qld, Australia + 502 RP

    Mediafire.com

  20. I'll try Mediafire once more used in the past. Thank you, great reminder

  21. 10 months ago

    fenixprod

    29 Oct 2018 User since 2018 Lithuania + 609 RP

    @DEVIZE' Mediafire.com

    As for the end of 2018 i understand that even a basic Mediafire account with 50 GB is worth to use, if you can store your files for as much time as you need and have a download link to it. Is it working in such a way?

 

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