I've looked at it, haven't used it. I'm not much of a midi person, and the size of high Q audio files would prohibit any modem users.
I do like the idea of it, though. For people that have broadband it would be better.
It would be nice if Cubase handled .shn files, so these could be used to send high Q audio a little faster.
I recently had the opportunity to see one of the benefits of the rocket network. I was invited to a guy's garage to see a band rehearse. For the life of me, I can't remember the name of the band, as it was rather odd, but they kicked major heavy metal ass. These guys recorded together over the rocket network, and had never before assembled to play together as a band. It was amazing! They all knew their parts beforehand, of course, and when they started playing together it sounded like they'd spent the last year in rehearsal...they were tight, and all of the subtle nuances were already worked-out. My jaw hit the floor, and I'm not easily impressed.
This experience shed a whole new light on this subject for me. It's gonna take some time to develop and catch-on, but I believe that online recording is definately going to have some amazing effects on music in the future.
I'm sad to see them go.
I hope that there is another alternative for sending big files.
I loved how easy the rocket network was to send rrough mixes to clients. It is not that often one finds a software interface that does exactly what it says as easily as it says. And it worked every time.
Oh well hope some one picks up where they left off.
Peace and good mixes.