LANDR marks launch of private sharing tool with contest to get track mixed by MixedByAli

Montreal-based LANDR, which allows artists to manage and create music on one platform, is celebrating their new private sharing feature with a contest to get a track mixed by producer Derek “MixedByAli” Ali.

The company said that, rather than having to split between WeTransfer, Dropbox, and Gmail, artists working on the LANDR platform can now share, collect feedback, and privately stream off one platform. Creators can designate a certain amount of time that people can listen to their track, and see who has listened.

“After mastering over 2 million tracks we know that sharing before releasing music is vital for success. But there’s no tool out there that lets artists share securely and gather feedback all in the same place,” said LANDR CEO Pascal Pilon. “That’s why we built LANDR sharing, to give our community of music creators everything they need to effortlessly create and finish their music right inside the LANDR environment.”

Grammy Award-winning MixedByAli was the mixing engineering behind Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly and good kid, m.A.A.d city, and has worked with Beck, Sampha, and ScHoolboy Q. The winner will be announced on September 5.

Jessica Galang

Jessica Galang

Freelance tech writer. Former BetaKit News Editor.

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