Landr began life offering AI mastering to musicians, but it has since built a business that includes distribution, selling samples and more.
Landr has come a long way from its start as an AI-powered mastering service. Its latest feature is hoping to spark some more creativity…
It’s been a while since Landr was just an AI-powered mastering service for musicians. It has since expanded into distribution, selling samples and software for collaborating on tracks.
Creator tools firm Landr has announced its latest acquisition: of audio software company Synchro Arts. That’s the firm behind vocal production plug-ins VocAlign and Revoice Pro, which has been going […]
Having started life as an AI-powered mastering tool, Landr has expanded a lot in recent years: into distribution, for example. Its latest new service is called Sessions, not to be […]
Landr began life as a startup with an AI-powered tool to automate the mastering of recordings, before expanding into distribution and promotion. It also raised a $26m funding round in July 2019 for more expansion.
Part of that growth involves the launch of ‘Landr Pro Network’, which the company describes as a “digital marketplace that enables professionals to market and manage every facet of their businesses remotely”.
That means people working in the music industry can create profiles showing off their skills and experience, so that people can hire them for projects. Landr will also provide tools to manage these collaborations, including contracts, billing and video chat.
When Landr launched, it was a tool that used artificial-intelligence technology to automate the mastering of music tracks. It’s a sign of the company’s expanding ambitions that it now describes […]
Digital distributor TuneCore is expanding its partnership with audio firm Aftermaster, offering customers access to its ‘Promaster’ instant mastering service.
TuneCore clients will be able to get four CD-quality mastered versions of their tracks in ‘Powerful’, ‘Radio Ready’, ‘Bass Enhanced’ and ‘Vocal Enhanced’ flavours, with the ability to preview 90 seconds of each before deciding whether to buy them.
Startup Landr made its name as a drag’n’drop service for mastering tracks. Now it has expanded into distributing those tracks too, as a direct rival for the various independent distributors already in that market.
“We made digital distribution easy. Finally,” wrote Landr with rhetoric guaranteed to raise the hackles of those rivals, especially those that it previously had partnerships with.
Landr is using a subscription model for its combined mastering and distribution service: its Basic tier costs £4 a month in the UK or £48 a year, and includes unlimited “LO-MP3’ files, with extra charges for “HI-MP3”, WAV and HD WAV files.
One of the more interesting music-making tools around this year is LANDR, from startup MixGenius. It’s a drag’n’drop online tool for mastering tracks, designed to be used by independent artists […]