LANDR is a new service allowing artists to master their work via the cloud, with near-instant results. Using drag-and-drop functionality, musicians can achieve studio-like results in mere minutes. Why send a rough demo to an A&R when you can LANDR it? Drop a full DJ mix into the service and the balancing effect is clear to hear.
But hang on, this isn’t simply a post to describe the perks of using LANDR to you, dear reader – if you do want to learn more, click and skip your way right here. What’s most piqued our attentions is the inaugural LANDR podcast, a co-helmed affair with both Tiga (pictured) and Seth Troxler on board. And when guys like that go b2b, we think you’ll agree, it’s worth highlighting.
The podcast sees a two-hour blast from the pair’s set from Melt festival processed via the LANDR tool, and tweaked to perfection. A full 120 minutes of cutting-edge house and techno from two of the biggest names in the game? Yes please.
Says Tiga: “For this year’s Melt festival, I did a back-2-back with Seth from 3-7am on the Gemini Stage, and this is the recording from the final 2 hours. We had such a good time, playing lots of old secret weapons mixed with some new tracks – Seth even drops ‘Bugatti’, which of course made me very happy. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did – and thanks to everyone at Melt for making such a special night.”
Listen to the podcast on the LANDR blog, where you’ll find a tasty extra, too. New LANDR users receive four free wav masters via a link on the blog – find that, and the DJ set, right here.
Loads more on LANDR, here.
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