In the ever-evolving world of audio production, finding tools that streamline the creative process is like striking gold. Enter Dbdone, a FileManager specifically designed for audio projects. Although still in its beta phase, Dbdone is already turning heads and sparking excitement among audio professionals and enthusiasts alike.
What sets it apart is its tailored approach to managing audio files. Gone are the days of sifting through cluttered folders and inconsistent file naming. Dbdone offers a sleek, user-friendly interface that simplifies file organization, making it easier for users to focus on what truly matters: their creativity.
Key features include advanced file sorting, tagging, and sharing capabilities, all of which are optimized for audio files. Whether you’re a musician, podcaster, or audio engineer, it promises to transform the way you manage your projects, offering an unprecedented level of efficiency and control.
In my case, I have Ableton Live, Cockos Reaper and Logic Pro. And once setup in the preferences I have access to all my projects in one full screen window. Its possible to write notes/tasks about each project and assign a cover image. Also, you can assign files, prelisten to the track and assign tags like key, tempo, genre and more.
You can go to the main folder of the project or directly open the project in the DAW.
Despite being in beta, Dbdone’s potential is undeniable. Its developers are actively seeking feedback to refine and expand its capabilities, signaling a commitment to excellence and user satisfaction.
Stay ahead of the curve and explore how it can elevate your audio projects handling. Visit Dbdone’s website to learn more and join the beta program. Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of the future of audio project management.