Splice raises $35 Million, sharing music at a reasonable price wins
If you've never heard of Splice, you might have a problem.
Splice is the creative hub for the modern musician.
Since 2013, this platform aims to offer a digital place where music makers can share samples, stems, patches and multiple tips and tools about music.
It isn’t just a dream, in fact the news is that Splice announced that it has paid out $5 million to artists, as well as, completed a new $35 Million in funding to continue its mission.
“Our mission is simple: to help musicians maximize their potential,”
Splice CEO and co-founder Steve Martocci is quoted in a press release.
“Our vision is big: to transform the way musicians create and collaborate, to foster a culture of openness in music, and to uncover new revenue streams for artists through artist-to-artist marketplaces."
Not only a money success, you can see the hit charts.
This is what happened to “Sorry Not Sorry,” a No. 1 hit for Demi Lovato this summer.
Producer Oak Felder recently used a sample from Splice in Demi Lovato’s hit single, as part of a monthly subscription he has with the online service.