Re: LANDR Mastering Before and After - Comparison on EDM Track
Hey, I think you got the right subforum, and your mix doesn't sound that bad pre-master. You might consider putting some stuff on your master outs of your mix, like a tilt EQ, summing/saturation, tape emulation, etc to make life in mastering easier. But the mix is OK as is. I actually have a coupon for some LANDR masters right now, so I intend to see what it can do versus what I can do, though I hope I top it as I'm starting to master other people's work now!
To me, that master is a touch quiet, but it's also a bit too clean. I do really clean mixes, so by the time I get to mastering, I need to add a little saturation or it's just too clinical.