PRS for Music and LANDR partner to offer free AI audio mastering to music creators
PRS for Music is offering its songwriter, composer, music producer and publisher members a free subscription to the world’s first online instant audio mastering service LANDR. The platform offers PRS members the power to create professional studio quality sound, at home or on the move.
PRS members can instantly master an unlimited number of MP3s, while collaborating is also made easy with LANDR’s private and secure smart sharing features. For independent artists looking to self-release, it provides the opportunity to sell tracks on all of the biggest streaming stores including, Spotify, iTunes and Apple Music.
LANDR is the result of eight years of research. The platform uses AI and machine learning to replicate the processes human engineers make when mastering a track. Its diverse global online community includes more than a 1.8 million creators from over 100 countries including DJs, artists, engineers, musicians, producers, and record labels.
PRS for Music members will receive access to the basic package for up to 12 months and can receive a 25% discount on the Advanced and Pro monthly or yearly subscriptions.
Globally renowned music producer, Steve Levine said: “I’m a big fan of LANDR. The mastering tool is impressive – both in quality, speed and convenience. Recently, one of the bands I produced got a last-minute slot on BBC Introducing. We used LANDR to master the record, and when it was played on the radio the following day it sounded fantastic! It added a real sparkle to it.”
Pascal Pilon, LANDR, CEO, said: “We’re very happy to offer the PRS community special access to some of our most powerful tools and a new level of professional sound.”
Claire Jarvis, PRS for Music, Director of Membership said: “Our members are the heart and soul of the industry and we’re here to support them creatively and professionally at every stage of their careers. By collaborating with LANDR, we are offering our songwriter, composer, producer and publisher members a valuable way to take their music one step further.”