Making music is the most human and human activity in the world, but in recent years artificial intelligence has also begun to play on this field. Algorithms are involved in almost every stage of music production-from creating beats on drum machines to writing the melodies themselves, which can hardly be distinguished from the creations of people. Now AI is starting to work in mastering, and this raises the question of the need to use qualified specialists in one of the most difficult areas of music production.
Mastering is the final step in post-processing audio, and its task is to ensure that the final track sounds balanced regardless of what you listen to it on: even in Spotify, even in iTunes, even on disk. Continue reading