LANDR community hits 2 Million members and launches new platforms
LANDR originally started as an online AI-based mastering service, now they’re launching a variety of helpful new artist tools.
Since launching in 2014, LANDR has grown to a user-base of 2 Million users in over 190 countries worldwide. To commemorate the milestone they’re are evolving their platform into a complete creative platform for musicians. The newly launched platform will host a variety of tools to both inspire and aid artists in the production and release of their music.
The first big addition to the network is a variety of high-quality educational content, created in seven languages to inspire and help artists better their craft. Next up is a selection of royalty-free sample packs to use in productions.
They’ve also launched a variety of tools to collaborate and share work-in-progress tracks with the community for feedback and assistance. They’ve also launched a new affordable way of distributing your finished tracks to 150 streaming platforms worldwide alongside a new feature called “Promolinks” which provides artists with easy-to-use marketing tools.
All of this, alongside it’s existing mastering service creates a very easy-to-use system for artists who don’t want to be bogged down by the technical side of making music.
What did LANDR’s CEO have to say about the milestone achievement?
“We’re extremely proud that 2 million artists have benefitted from LANDR. It’s an amazing milestone that not only speaks to LANDR as a tool that emerging and professional artists alike love using, but also ensures that the LANDR A.I. continues to evolve as the most robust mastering engine from the millions of songs that are being uploaded, helping LANDR provide artists with the best results,” said Pascal Pilon, CEO of LANDR. “Our updated platform reflects the evolution of LANDR as a destination for music creation, distribution and marketing along with the widely-loved mastering features that are used extensively by artists at all stages of their musical development and career progression.”
For more information check out LANDR’s website.