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On this episode — cofounder Steve Martocci joins host Drake Baer to talk about Splice.
Steve Martocci is cofounder and CEO of Splice, the music production platform heralded by TechCrunch as "music's next big startup." An experienced and passionate entrepreneur, Steve also co-founded the popular social messaging app GroupMe in 2010, which was acquired by Skype in August 2011.
Splice was founded in 2013 by Steve Martocci and Matt Aimonetti with a belief that an open music ecosystem will empower musicians to realize their creative potential. From the pioneering Rent-to-Own payment model for creative software to Splice Sounds, a browsable library of royalty-free samples, loops and presets, Splice products power the creativity of today's musicians. Over three million musicians — from Top 40 hitmakers to bedroom producers — come to Splice to get started or unstuck, move forward, and make progress on their music.


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