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Collaborative remote recording
SoundStreak is a platform for collaborative remote recording using a standard broadband Internet connection. During a SoundStreak session, the two users employ an integrated real-time voice patch for nearly lag-free communication while SoundStreak's patented store-and-forward system records full-quality uncompressed audio files on the Talent computer in resolutions up to 96kHz/24-bit. These takes are then automatically transferred in the background via SoundStreak's secure server, leaving the files on the Production computer at the end of the session. SoundStreak's software and system access are free. All fees are paid by the Production end of the session, and are based on usage. SoundStreak includes a number of features and workflow enhancements such as secure, cloud-based asset management, automated file naming and handling, live script sharing and editing, and read-to-picture capabilities. All connections are with SoundStreak's servers rather than peer-to-peer.
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