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TOPIC: Automatic mastering service

Automatic mastering service 2 years 8 months ago #22152

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Not sure how good this is, its a website that will master your tunes automatically.
it claims its driven by software that learns and is getting better.
You can get an unlimited number of tunes mastered to an 192kbps mp3 for free by signing up.
$9/month lets you get 4 uncompressed tunes and unlimited 192kbps mp3s per month
$19/month gives you unlimited uncompressed tunes a month

landr.com/#/
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Automatic mastering service 2 years 8 months ago #22154

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I had seen this article just before I saw this post. It's interesting for sure and maybe a decent idea for a quick master but I find it hard to believe that a computer program can take into account everything that goes into mastering. It's just like using an ozone preset. Yes it's going to do okay to get you kind of in the ballpark but I have a feeling that's as far as it goes. Still though as I haven't used the service I guess time will tell. Another thing I didn't see them address (which is kind of key to mastering) is multiple track mastering. For those who might be reading this and not know what I mean by that mastering a lot of times is done on a series of tracks to get them to have the same overall. It creates consistency throughout the album. If this thing "learns as it goes" it's also possible it's going to change the way it judges certain situations at which point your tracks will vary in overall sound from one to the next. Another thing they don't adequately address from what I've seen so far is reference tracks. There's a number of other things that I was wondering how they would handle this or that. So far I haven't found many answers. They make mention to some adjustable settings but that's about it. If someone ends up using this service you'll have to let us know how it works.
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Automatic mastering service 2 years 8 months ago #22156

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Tried it with defaults on the free account. You can adjust a slider called intensity and that's it.
Didn't have time to mess with it much. It looks like they email mp3 but never arrived. Might check it out later rather than from work
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