Musicians retain ownership on Slip.stream’s new 50K track copyright-safe library for creators
Slip.stream has launched with a copyright strike safe library of over 50,000 tracks of “real music from real artists” plus 40,000 sound effects.
With a combined $300 million in exits, serial entrepreneurs David Carson, Dan Demole and Jesse Korwin partnered to launch Slip.stream to provide “safe” music for creators.
Slip.stream’s is designed to remove the friction around music rights and allow creators to include “real” music in videos and streams while musicians retain ownership along with the opportunity to gain new fans and earn revenue.
There are over 20 million YouTube video creators, 34 million gaming streamers, and 30 million independent creators worldwide,
Co-CEO David Carson founded Fuse music television, the rock channel later sold to Jennifer Lopez’s NUVOtv for $226M. Carson is also the founder of publishing media company, Heavy.com and New Stand, which recently closed a $40 million fundraising round.
Co-CEO Dan Demole’s music/tech background is with Jingle Punks, along with CMO Jesse Korwin, which sold to WME and Anthem Entertainment.
Bruce Houghton is Founder and Editor of Hypebot and MusicThinkTank and serves as a Senior Advisor to Bandsintown which acquired both publications in 2019. He is Founder and President of the Skyline Artists Agency and an online professor for the Berklee College Of Music.