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Feb 1, 2018
Drag’n’drop audio-mastering startup CloudBounce is joining the blockchain bandwagon, with plans to launch an initial coin offering (ICO). The company, which competes with services like Landr, announced its plans tonight at the Abbey Road Red incubator’s demo event in London. “We’re doing the next step in building a better community and better and faster audio-processing service,” said CEO Anssi Uimonen, who was speaking in a session of the incubator’s alumni (he’s on the far left of the photo above). “We’re basically going to tokenise CloudBounce, our existing business. We’ve solved the demand side of there being an actual need for this product. The next step is to actually enable the whole user community to earn from the jobs that come in daily.” CloudBounce was part of Abbey Road Red’s 2016 intake, and went on to raise $250k of seed funding in January 2017. Its mastering tool is available for $4.90 per track, or a $19.90 monthly subscription. “We’re going to tokenise CloudBounce,” said Uimonen. “We’re going to do an ICO and pre-sale, and effectively enable users to earn CloudBounce tokens in exchange for renting out their CPU or GPU processing power for audio jobs.” Stuart Dredge
CloudBounce Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is CloudBounce's headquarters?
CloudBounce's headquarters is located at Tampere.
What is CloudBounce's latest funding round?
CloudBounce's latest funding round is Seed VC.
How much did CloudBounce raise?
CloudBounce raised a total of $250K.
Who are the investors of CloudBounce?
Investors of CloudBounce include Pontus Strahlman, Dave Hodder, Ascension and Abbey Road Red.
Who are CloudBounce's competitors?
Competitors of CloudBounce include Sonnant and 4 more.
Compare CloudBounce to Competitors
Sonnant voice intelligence platform. Its platform helps broadcasters, podcasters, and radio stations to monetize audio content and grow audience reach. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in South Melbourne, Australia.
Soundways produces and markets software-based mastering tools for use by sound engineers. The Company's software platform enables songwriters, musicians and sound engineers to get credit for songs they've worked on.
LANDR Audio is a company that focuses on providing creative tools for musicians, operating in the music technology industry. The company offers a range of services including online music mastering, digital music distribution, and collaboration tools, as well as providing curated plugins and free sample packs. LANDR primarily serves the music industry, catering to both individual artists and music production companies. LANDR Audio was formerly known as MixGenius. It was founded in 2013 and is based in Montreal, Quebec.
Descript offers an audio and video editing platform for new media creators. Its platform enables users to edit audio by editing text instead of waveforms by transcribing through both automation and human-powered. It offers a range of features such as transcription, podcasting, screen recording, and more. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in San Francisco, California.
Karma Artists is a boutique management company for songwriters, producers, mixers, and artists. It offers artist and producer management and A&R consulting. It was founded in 2011 and is based in London, United Kingdom.
Trinity Audio provides AI-driven solutions to help publishers and content creators create a world of smart audio experiences for their audiences, covering every stage of the audio journey from creation to distribution. It offers Trinity Player, Trinity Pulse, and Trinity Octopus. It is based in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel.