The online mastering service LANDR has been gaining tracktion in the mastering area. Its an online service with some hardcore AI music processing and analytics science that is designed to create a custom mastering profile for each track that you upload via it's web-based interface. Think of it like Shazam - which can read the FFT fingerprint to tell you what the tune it, but in this case the LANDR technology finds an appropriate mastering process for your track based on the ever growing database of tracks.
Since May last year, they've mastered 500,000 tracks across a diverse set of musical recordings. They claim that "now mastering more tracks per month than all the traditional mastering studios in the United States combined"
They are now introducing the LANDR Embeddable Platform in over a dozen countries, from America to China. Which as we understand it, creates a SoundCloud type drop box embeddable upload widget on participating sites.
We spoke with VP Justin Evans about the whole thing.