Andrew Reinfeld, the Community Manager, for Gobbler.com, contacted us to let us know that Gobbler really is an online tool for backing up and managing audio projects, and not a porn site.
So, to help clear up any confusion, here’s the scoop.
Gobbler is an Internet ‘cloud’ service designed specifically for the needs of the music creation community. It works with Pro Tools, Logic, Live, Nuendo, GarageBand, Cubase, Reason, Studio One and most other major DAWs.
You can use Gobbler to:
- Backup your audio files offsite, in case your system dies;
- Send and receive huge audio files; and
- Organize audio and index audio files.
To prove to you that Gobbler’s really a cloud tool for musicians, they’re offering 25GB Gobbler accounts free for one year to anyone who signs up before December 7th. If your monster project is just too big for that, paid upgrades for larger storage capacities will be coming after they get Gobbler out of their testing stage.
See the Gobbler site for details.
And if you give Gobbler a try, let us know what you think of it!
Note: Gobbler is currently Mac only. Windows support is promised, but no released date has been announced.