LANDR wants to make the music industry more accessible with machine learning platform

Making music mastering accessible to everyone is the goal of Montreal startup LANDR, who launched their mastering platform in 2014 and have seen massive growth since. Using A.I. and machine-learning to mimic the work of sound engineers, the LANDR algorithms can master tracks within minutes, essentially eliminating the time and expense of professional mastering — the final step of music-making — while creating a high-quality finished product. Their aim is to disrupt their industry by getting helping artists release more music — at present, only about one percent of music created ever gets mastered. With LANDR, bands are now able to master everything they create, and even incorporate this step into their creative process. Mastering involves optimizing and tweaking the many strands of recorded sound into a final version of…


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