Cloud-based mastering service LANDR has closed a Series A funding round, raising $6.2 million.
The Canadian company was invested in by the likes of rapper Nas (pictured), Warner Music Group and Plus Eight Equity Fund, which includes DJs Pete Tong, Richie Hawtin, Tiga and John Acquaviva.
LANDR CEO Pascal Pilon said: “We are thrilled to see the music industry rallying behind our technology. With the relationships we have with musicians such as rapper and producer Nas or with Grammy award-winning audio ...
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