Are you looking for a better way to collaborate on your podcasting team or clients?
Notetracks might just be that solution for you.
Listen to hear Kam Lal share how you can use Notetracks to easily share projects and collect feedback, in real time or asynchronously, by simply sharing a link. You'll get comments with precise timing, replies, and tags pinned to the timeline to make communicating simple and fun.
Who knows? You might even be able to get some idea of what's to come.
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Kam Lal is the founder of Notetracks. He has an extensive background in audio / music production and software development. Notetracks was inspired by a need he had in his music production workflow that led to the development of the platform that is now used by musicians, podcasters and audio / video creators all around the world.
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