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28 Aug 2017

Landr launches the simplest, most artist friendly way to release music to the world

28 Aug 2017
producer/news Landr launches the simplest, most artist friendly way to release music to the world

The world’s #1 A.I.-powered platform for music creators, announced today that it has expanded to empower artists to release and sell their music online.

LANDR aims to democratize digital music distribution the same way it has democratized mastering. With over 1,300,000 music creators in over 200 countries around the world, LANDR’s digital distribution platform launched globally in 9 languages.

LANDR will continue to put artists first by offering the most creator-friendly experience in the field. That starts with launching the most affordable solution for releasing music in the world today, starting at just $1/month. LANDR users keep 100% of their royalties and revenue, and there are no hidden fees for extra services—like adding albums to new streaming stores, or registering new songs to Shazam.

Along with pricing that works for musicians, LANDR also offers fast and responsive multi-lingual support. LANDR users receive updates on their release submission within two hours, thanks to LANDR’s support team of musicians and engineers, who consistently get rave reviews from its community of users.

LANDR makes releasing music as gratifying as making a record. It also crunches data on streams, listeners location, downloads, and revenue into an actionable, easy-to-understand dashboard, helping creators decide what to do next to promote themselves and their work.

The listener data dashboard offers lightning-fast insights, featuring next-day trends for Apple Music, iTunes and Spotify.

“LANDR is committed to help musicians focus on creating new content, so we’ve spent a lot of attention on making our new digital distribution features easy to use and self-guiding, with real DIY artists in mind. We now have a platform where musicians can master tracks, collaborate with their peers and release their music easily, in a couple of minutes, at a price that actually makes sense for them.

With the LANDR platform, what you see is what you get: there are no hidden fees, and artists keep 100% of their royalties. LANDR works for musicians—and it shows in this irresistible offering for musicians on a budget,” said LANDR’s CEO Pascal Pilon.

In the coming months, LANDR will continue to add features for musicians, making it the most comprehensive distribution service for musicians ever made.

Unlimited distribution is included at no extra charge for LANDR Mastering subscribers.

LANDR distribution features have already been acclaimed by major industry players, like Grammy-nominated producer Bizkit, and supplied for free to all members of ASCAP, the world’s biggest performance rights organization.


About LANDR:

LANDR is the world’s #1 machine-learning audio production platform, offering music creators a full suite of tools to support the entire lifecycle of music creation. Renowned for their disruption of audio mastering through their automated mastering platform, LANDR is now democratizing the process of releasing music as well. LANDR’s release platform provides a fast and effortless way to release and sell music on all leading streaming stores (including Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, YouTube, SoundCloud, Deezer, Tidal, and Pandora) at the most affordable price available.

LANDR’s diverse community includes major labels such as Warner Music Group and Atlantic Records, renowned songwriters like Diane Warren, rising indie acts like MachineDrum, and electronic legends such as Tiga and Richie Hawtin, among many others.

In the short time since launching, LANDR has garnered major awards like CNBC’s Upstart 25, CIX’s top 20, SXSW V2V, as well as praise from Forbes, Fast Company, Vice and TechCrunch.

LANDR’s partnerships include ASCAP and several other major PROs around the world, software and hardware manufacturers like Native Instruments, and major music industry players like SoundCloud, Spotify, Apple, and many others.

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