Sound.Tools Instant Online Mastering With Reference Matching Now In Open Beta

So you want to have your track mastered for you (instantly, online) but using a specific reference track to guide the AI process? That's what Sound.Tools Matchering does and it's now in public BETA.  

Sergio from Sound.Tools has reached out to us about their exciting online mastering and matching tool, Matchering,  with good news. It's now in public BETA. We covered how this online tool cleverly uses a reference track (you supply) to master your music online back in January 2017. Now it's ready enough to enter public BETA... here's more info from Sound.Tools.

Sound.Tools Matchering

This is SOUND.TOOLS. Our Matchering is online again. We analysed the user feedback from our first closed beta testing and added some new stuff. Our automated online mastering matches stereo width of both tracks now, not just RMSes and spectrums as earlier. Also you can replace your target or reference track without reuploading, if the matchered result is not suitable for you. And that is not all. Now our service is in open beta stage, and it is open for all without any keys. Come to us to use Matchering to create your hit! Your References, Your Rules!

Web: https://sound.tools/

What is Matchering?

What is SOUND.TOOLS: Matchering? It is an automatic flexible processing algorithm, which offers a novel online mastering experience, where you show us how your track should sound by sending the reference track. Matchering will make your track sounds like you want it to. It will match the characteristics of your target track and the reference track. Then it will master your track with the reference track’s mastering settings. Come and visit the official SOUND.TOOLS page to read the all information.

Matchering is designed to make your track sounds like you want:

  1. To match characteristics of your TARGET and the REFERENCE tracks;
  2. To master your TARGET track with the REFERENCE track’s mastering settings.

 

Price: FREE (during public BETA)

Web: https://sound.tools/

Rounik is the Executive Editor for Ask.Audio & the macProVideo Hub. As an Apple Certified Trainer for Logic (and a self-confessed Mac fanatic) he's taught teachers, professional musicians and hobbyists how to get the best out of Apple's creative software. He has been a visiting lecturer at Bath Spa University's Teacher training pro... Read More

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