Splice, a new web platform for music collaboration, has received $4.5 million in funding from industry leaders and has launched its public beta.
First reported on TechCrunch, the new round of funding comes from an impressive roster of investors including Tiesto, Steve Angello, and manager Scooter Braun, as well as powerhouse agencies WME and AM Only. Now, backed by these high-profile investors and after 10 months in privacy, Splice’s beta version has launched publicly. Producers that use Ableton, Logic, or FL Studio can use the innovative platform which automatically saves and syncs as well as allows collaborators to easily make notes and share their projects.
Alesia debuted a new song via Splice in March, and now Henry Fong and J-Trick are getting in on the action, kicking off the platform’s new “DNA Player.” The player, which launched alongside their public beta, visualizes the individual tracks that make up each project. Check out what Fong and J-Trick’s Scream looks like with the player below, and head over to Splice’s site to sign up for free and start collaborating.