Byta simplifies the secure exchange of digital audio. Creators, producers, hosts and their teams can share streams and downloads, in lossy or lossless audio file formats, quickly and easily.
Pricing is flexible. Unparalleled security keeps you in control of your narrative, or non-narrative. Byta’s features help streamline your workflow on any audio project. Quickly and easily work with collaborators from a distance. Share audio files with guests, studios or your team.
Projects stay organised as Byta directly pulls creator/host, episode and series metadata from audio files.
Byta supports the reading and writing of both ID3 Tags and WAV Tags. Audio files and libraries remain organized, for you and those receiving a rough mix or final podcast.
Edit your file metadata at any time, confident it will always remain attached to that file.
The best way to share a WAV file of the final mix down, or an MP3 file to stream rough mixes or sample a new sound design. Either option is available from a simple dropdown menu.
Byta Supports FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAV, AAC and MP3 file formats.
This means you have more control over your audio files. Byta allows you to choose to upload your lossless audio file and then share it in the format required. Share audio file links in the format that best suits the stage that your production is at, lossy or lossless.
Byta Offers Multiple Sharing Options
Your recipients are not required to sign up to Byta.
Easily paste Universal or Protected Links into an email, Facebook Messenger or any other messaging service you use. Your link is complete with rich artwork previews.
When you choose a Direct Share, add the recipient's email address and click the Share button. Recipients receive an email giving them access to your audio files. Create shares to multiple contacts all in one go. All incredibly secure and trackable.
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Byta’s Universal Links offer you more options, better security and greater tracking insights than other platforms’ links.
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Byta’s Protected Links require recipients to have a Byta account, thus offering unparalleled levels of security and metrics as well as the choice of one-click watermarking*.
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Byta has made it easy to quickly integrate sharing streams and downloads into a Mailchimp campaign with a paid account. Link your Byta and Mailchimp accounts and then paste a Byta code snippet into your Mailchimp email builder to include your latest podcast or an entire season in your press release.
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Promote a new host, new episodes or an entire season. No limit to the # of episodes in each playlist. Name your playlist, upload artwork & list show highlights to appear in your shares. Paste your playlist link into any messaging service or send it as a Direct Share.
Control Format & Security
Byta ensures a high level of security whether you are sending rough mixes or final episodes. You control the security restrictions when sharing your audio files.
Share What You Need
Choose to privately share single episodes or a full season as streams or downloads. When sending downloads, choose the file format your recipients require.
You control download limits and, with a Paid Plan, set the expiry on your Shares. Plus track and report on your recipients’ streams and downloads. More options allow for far greater security than private Soundcloud links.
Create watermarked audio files using Byta's one-click watermarking* when the highest security levels are required for pre-release audio.
Much of what I do starts in my home studio, but then I need to share each episode with members of my team, trusted confidants who can give me candid notes on the work. I definitely do not want anything leaking before I do my final mix and upload it...
Stop Wasting Time
Keep your podcast projects organised with Byta. Platforms not specifically designed to share audio just lead to mislabeled audio files, awkward access, and wasted time. When working with audio files, Generic File Services like Dropbox, WeTransfer or Box contribute to disorganized desktops, missing information in iTunes, and your audio library and hard drives filled with poorly labeled audio files. Audio file sharing can quickly become chaotic and time-consuming.