Splice went into private beta almost a year ago. The desktop app allows producers and musicians to collaborate, share, and store music in the cloud. Splice seamlessly integrates with Ableton Live, FL Studio, and Logic Pro X.
Splice has now moved into public beta. Users don’t need to request access anymore, although it wasn’t difficult to get an account in the first place.
They’ve also added a new “DNA Player” that visually dissects and annotates songs.
Splice has also raised $4.5 million in Series A funding in a round led by True Ventures. Additional participants include Union Square Ventures, Tiësto, Steve Angello of Swedish House Mafia, Scooter Braun, WME, and AM Only.
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