Manual Mastering vs. LANDR Automated Mastering

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pjeudy
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Post 06 Feb 2016

My opinion is that Propellerhead REASON needs a complete rewrite!
P.S: people should stop saying "No it won't happen" when referring to a complete rewrite of REASON. I have 3 letters for ya....VST
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The_G
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Post 06 Feb 2016

That's really interesting. Seems like a good alternative to doing rough masters yourself using a DAW--especially if you are the type who just uses preset settings and doesn't know the ins and outs of mastering manually. But even though you get 2 low-res .MP3s free, after that it isn't all that cheap.

What I'd be interested to know, then, is how it stacks up to some of the inexpensive manual mastering options available online, like this one: http://www.headroommastering.com/?gclid ... gQod15cOrQ

The price there is $10/song for an uncompressed .WAV (same as with LANDR).
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