LANDR just got better thanks to you…
Keeping your music projects organized is all about color coding your DAW session, naming your samples properly and keeping your VSTs in order right?
It’s true. All of those things are mega important for staying efficient in the studio.
But what about all that other important stuff that’s part of music production today—Like collaborating, giving feedback and building a better process for making your best music?
We get feedback from the LANDR community all the time. Every chance we get, we use it to improve the LANDR you already love.
So when you asked for easier ways to collaborate and organize your projects, we hit the ground running to build it.
Here’s how to keep your projects and feedback organized every step of the way with some exciting new LANDR updates (invented by you):
Organize the Chaos With Projects
Over the past few months we’ve gotten a lot of feedback like this:
“I think it would be helpful if I could organize my files in my LANDR account. I’d like to be able to look in a certain folder to find unfinished tracks, another folder to find unmixed tracks and a last folder to find final mixes.”
“I need folders to organize my masters into projects.”
Say no more. You needed it, we added it. Enjoy keeping your LANDR library organized with new project folders.
Make folders for anything you want:
- Final Masters
- Or even Bird Sounds if that’s what you’re working with
Keeping all your projects organized just got way easier. Do everything right in your LANDR library and build a better process.
Give Better Feedback and Get Better Feedback With The Annotated Player.
Good music is an exchange.
You might start tracks on your own, but if you want to improve your sound and release better music, you need feedback from your trusted network.
Unfortunately there isn’t a tool out there that’s built for music collaboration… We started getting a lot of feedback from the LANDR community asking for a solution:
“Do you think it would be helpful to be able to enter mix notes or some other annotation for a track someday? I love the elegance and simplicity you’ve got going, but I’m also forgetful as hell, and spreading my notes and audio across multiple applications is hard to work with.”
Yes. We absolutely think that would be useful. And yes. We agree that bouncing between applications to share audio and take notes is a 100% pain in the butt.
- Comment directly on the waveform to get actionable feedback from your network
- Demo multiple versions of a song and keep all the feedback organized and easy to reference
- Let your collaborators know which parts of a track are working and which aren’t, with specific annotations
You told us you needed it. So we built it—The perfect space for collaborating that’s built for musicians.
LANDR improves when you give us feedback. And when LANDR improves, so does your process.
Which means more good music in the world. And who doesn’t want that?
You told us what you needed and we made it. But music never ends, and we work for music. So keep telling us what you need and we’ll be there for you every step of the way.
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