Nashville’s Entrepreneur Center has revealed the eight companies accepted as finalists into Project Music, a 14-week music tech business accelerator.
The program launches Jan. 18 in partnership with the Country Music Association. Each of the eight companies involved in the program will receive $30,000 in funding. Google is also a sponsor for the program.
The eight companies accepted into Project Music are as follows:
DART– an online distribution platform for classical music creators
EarIQ– an app that promises to improve sound quality of any headphone device in under two minutes
HiVolume Media– a web/mobile app intended to provide an interactive environment for users who enjoy the karaoke/bar/club experiences
Jammber– an open collaboration platform and digital record label that aims to “digitize A&R” with built-in talent development
On The List– a company that provides exclusive perks for fans to enhance their event experience
Ripple Music– a cloud-based social network that provides users a monetization model for music and sound contributions through collaboration
RMXHTZ– a digital platform/interface and service that allows users to remix recordings to create derivative works for exploitation
What’s Hubbin’– an online platform that highlights the essentials in a city’s music scene
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