New LANDR Tonic update puts more control in your hands
The big selling point for LANDR’s AI-based mastering service is how easy it is, now you can impart your style.
The latest update to LANDR introduces Tonic, a redesigned AI mastering system allowing you to fine-tune your sound. The new update gives you control over the style of your master, whether you’re looking for a warm vintage tone or loud club track.
“Mastering is our core offering. It’s what we do best. Our users have been asking for more control, and we delivered. We’re happy to offer the LANDR community a new level of professional sound and customization tools for musicians of all genres and backgrounds.” said Pascal Pilon, LANDR CEO.
The new LANDR Tonic system allows you to control the sound of the master by selecting some preset parameters. First up you can choose between Warm (described as “Vintage warmth with softer compression for thick, smooth sound”), Balanced (described as “Controlled, with a focus on balance, clarity and depth”) and Open (described as “Modern, open sound with emphasis on punch and presence”). This new update takes the LANDR AI-based mastering system to new heights, allowing you to make the most of your masters.
Volume matching integration…
Another huge addition to the LANDR platform is volume matching. Essentially, this allows you to compare the pre and post at the same loudness level, which is essential in the mastering process – and allows you to truly tell the difference between the different mastering styles that the new LANDR tonic update introduces.
The new LANDR update is available to all subscribers, there’s no extra charge for the customization settings. The monthly subscription plans start at USD $4 (Around R60), however I would probably suggest going for the Pro subscription plan, as you get access to Wav masters – unless you’re happy with MP3s. The pro plan goes for USD $25 (Around R400) per month.
For more information, visit the LANDR website.