Make your own music with AI in just a few clicks | No experience required

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Portland, OR
Expected Close Date
April 30, 2023
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Key Deal Facts

πŸ† Backed by Stanford's StartX community, where 92% of companies are still growing or acquired
πŸ¦„ 1 in 28 StartX companies become a $1B+ Unicorn
πŸ“ˆ 120,000 users since launch last year
πŸ”₯ 70k+ users found us via word of mouth
πŸ’₯ Positioned to be the go-to music tool for 100M+ Content Creators globally
🎯 On a clear strategic track to $2M ARR by Series A in 2 years
🎡 Proprietary Music Engine generates unique music every time.

Management Team / Advisory Board Bios

Alejandro Di Mare CEO & Co-founderAlejandro was the first engineer at Edmodo and built the ed-tech Giant up from 0 to 200M users globally. He's also a conservatory trained musician with an expertise in Jazz., Byron Walker President/COO & Co-founderStudied Music Technology with the literal inventors of electronic music at Stanford & pioneering researcher in Algorithmic Composition David Cope at UC Santa Cruz. As a music teacher he hopes Strofe helps to inspire more people to pursue music.
Amount Raised : $52,700
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