Steve Martocci

Splice gets $55 million for its software bringing beats from bedrooms to bandstands

Splice, the New York-based, AI-infused, beat-making software service for music producers created by the founder of GroupMe, has managed to sample another $55 million in financing from investors for it

Splice teaches AI to sell Similar Sounds as users double

Splice is blowing up like a hit song. The audio sample marketplace has doubled revenue and user count in a year, and now reaches 3 million musicians. Many pay $7.99 for unlimited access, and 70% of su

Music’s next big startup Splice raises $57.5M to sell samples

Tech has a bad reputation for pulling money out of musicians’ pockets, but Splice is changing that. The audio sample marketplace and music production collaboration tool has now paid out $15 mill

Instead of stealing instruments, musicians turn to Splice

“The percentage of Top 40 music made with our platform blows my mind,” says Splice co-founder Steve Martocci. He tells me about some bedroom music producers who were “working at Oliv

Collaboration startup Splice introduces sound effects to its library

At his startup Splice, Steve Martocci said he’s aiming to build “the creative hub for the modern musician.” And with the latest addition to the service, he’s looking to work

Music Startup Jukely Pulls In $8 Million To Expand Its Concert Subscription Service

Monthly concert subscription service Jukely has raised $8 million in a seed extension round from existing investors to expand into at least 20 more cities in the next year. The round was led by pre

Music Collaboration Suite Splice Raises $4.5M From True And DJs, Launches Public Beta

GroupMe co-founder Steve Martocci has found some powerful allies for his music production storage and collaboration startup Splice, which launches its public beta and remixable music player today. Sup

GroupMe, Gilt Groupe, Jon Bon Jovi Launch SummerQAmp To Create More Quality Assurance Jobs

Unemployment continues to be an issue here in the States, but the tech industry could prove a very valuable resource when it comes to building out the American work force. That said, I sat down with G

Hax0rz Advice: "Don't Listen To Me. Go Build Something." (TCTV)

<img src="" class="shot2" /> Talent scouting at the 2011 Hackathon in Manhattan today, TCTV caught up with three alumni hax0rz and one n00b, w

(Founder Stories) The GroupMe Guys Reveal How To Land A Job At A Startup

<img src="" /> All week long we've been running clips from the <em>Founder Stories</em> interview with the GroupMe Guys, co-founders J

(Founder Stories) How GroupMe Won SXSW: Grilled Cheese

<img src="" /> At this year's overcrowded and overhyped SXSW conference in Austin, one of the few startups to <a href="https://techcrun

(Founder Stories) Who Are These GroupMe Guys?

<img src="" /> How do you become a startup founder? There are many paths, but often founders grow up at other startups. <a href="http:/

TC Hackathon Alum GroupMe Hits 1 Million Texts, Adds Sponsored Groups

<img src="" />Born from the cradle of Disrupt's NY Hackathon, <a href="">GroupMe</a> is turning the codefest into somet