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Left and Right, Upstream and Down: How LANDR Spans Everything From DAW to DSP

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In this week's episode, Dmitri Vietze gets super sci-fi with Pascal Pilon and Daniel Rowland of LANDR, supernova sponsor of the fast-approaching Music Tectonics Conference. With 4.2 million registered users, LANDR is revolutionizing the future of music mastering and creation. Find out how the cloud-based music creation platform is streamlining the music production workflow for professional music producers and amateur creators. Discover how LANDR is providing high resolution synchronous and asynchronous collaboration tools with LANDR Masters and LANDR Revisions, allowing producers and creators to share several versions of a mix and make detailed requests and commentary. Learn how LANDR is cultivating a network for users to find professionals and promote their own work. What is Pascal most looking forward to at the 2021 Music Tectonics Conference? Find out on this week’s episode.

 

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