Novel online mastering services like LANDR, ARIA, eMastered, etc are they a threat to mastering engineers' careers? If so explain why robot mastering isn't particularly a good idea to be widely implemented?
What about iZotope's Ozone Master Assistant?
@Tanonoka so basically they automatically pick pre-defined presets to apply to a mix? For example, if there is too much bass at 50 Hz do this, and if there is less bass do that. Once you are done compare that to other popular material of the same genre until there isn't further processing needed?