Awile back, a poster was asking about sharing GB files and noted that these files (30mb+/-) were too large for email. Just saw this on an apple seminar site:
"Metheny also takes advantage of Apple Internet services like .Mac to work with band members outside the studio. When he’s working with large audio files, he can drop the files in to his iDisk Public folder. iDisk mounts on the desktop like any other hard drive. Once you drop your audio files into your iDisk Public Folder, and provide read/write access, your colleagues on either Macs or PCs can review, make comments, and place the file back in your Public folder, without ever having to email the large file back and forth or burn a CD."
would this solve the problem and allow people to edit and mix each other's GB songs?
I don't have a .mac account, so I couldn't do it that way (I'd FTP it to one of my servers). I'm so used to using FTP that it's simple for me, but I could see the ,mac method being convenient for folks that have it.