Music production and DJ-ing has become increasingly accessible in the last ten years as the required equipment for recording and mixing is now predominantly digital and more accessible. A studio can now be set up in a bedroom and original hit songs quickly released to a growing fan base through a variety of media channels. Many British electronic music producers like Bicep or grime artists like Wiley started a cultural movement that reverberated around the world with just a standard home PC. Be it in a bedroom or a professional studio, data is often corrupted or mistakenly deleted and a career changing track could therefore be lost forever. Many music producers and DJs who rely on the digital storage of music have learnt this lesson the hard way. So whether you’re just starting out or have years of musical experience under your belt, this blog post looks at the options available and shows you that the safest way to secure your musical library is through the cloud.