– India’s First AI-Based Royalty Free Music Technology Platform Launched

MUMBAI: Coinciding with the upcoming World Music Day, has announced the launch of India’s first-ever AI-driven innovative music tech startup offering a platform for composers to create music royalty-free, affordable and easy to use. licensed, exclusive, mood-based music.

Co-founded by two eminent young people, Mansoor Rahimat Khan and Siddharth Bhardwaj, aims to revolutionize the way music is consumed and reused by content creators (youtubers, podcast creators, jingle creators, etc.) . is not only the first of its kind AI-based innovation in the music industry, but is also the only platform that offers content creators original music in Cinema, Indian, Indie, Ambient , hip-hop, electronic, pop and Genre RnB. Content creators will also be able to customize their soundtracks to sync them with their videos or podcasts.

Mansoor Rahimat Khan, co-founder and CEO of, highlighted at the launch, “ uses AI to create mood-based music to sync with the mood of the creator’s content. The technology used by generates completely original, royalty-free music that content creators can use without the hassle of copyright issues.To date, has helped generate over 1000 tracks of music that have already been used in various mediums. Over 350 minutes of music have already been uploaded and over 10,000 minutes of music data have been added. Artists can use to generate new sounds derived from any types of audio inputs. Additionally, the music rights belong to the company; therefore, users get a perpetual right to use the soundtracks for their choice of content and choice of medium.”

Siddharth Bhardwaj, co-founder and CTO of, explains: “AI-based music relies on software and algorithms to learn and evolve by listening to millions of songs and tracks, recognizing models to create music. The technology used for is a mixture of artificial intelligence and music theory, which helps musicians to compose music according to their preferences. The appearance of AI does not replace not human art, but will augment and complement artists to stimulate a golden span of creativity.

Some of the popular musicians already contributing to the platform are Khalid Ahmed, sitarist Asad Khan, Ustad Chhote Rahimat Khan, singer-songwriter duo Merak, electronic producer three oscillators, New York pianist Maham Riaz , Indie Routes and collective guitarist Anand Bhaskar Hrishi. Giridhar, Sanjog Bhushan (Trix). thanks to its innovation will help approx. 2,000 artists worldwide as the interface will acquire the rights to music catalogs over the next year and showcase their tracks on their interface, making their art easily accessible and shareable and potentially helping artists reach listeners around the world .

This platform is backed by tech giants InfoEdge and Entrepreneur First, and the company has raised a total of $1.05 million in funding to date. The platform already has more than 1000 users and 150 musicians contributing data to this platform, even before the official launch. plans to launch a music production contest that will allow collectors to mint NFTs of their favorite artists’ productions in collaboration with

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