Today, Myxt announced the launch of its audio file management platform for creators to stream, collaborate, and discover new insights on their library. The company also shared its seed funding of $2 million led by Accel and Quiet Capital to support the development of Myxt’s centralized audio workplace and help expand its growing community of creators. Myxt was built to answer the lack of file sharing options for audio formats. It brings the tools commonly seen in other workflows – like commenting, real-time collaboration, note taking, and promotion – to a platform fit for audio. After testing its beta with musicians, producers, and managers for the last two years, Myxt is introducing its solution for audio professionals including:
Myxt was founded by Chris Wetherell and Sheena Pakanati, both early engineers for leading tech companies including Google, Stripe, and Twitter. There they built the foundations for easy-to-use interfaces and scaled integral product features globally. Together, they saw an opportunity to build similar functional tools for independent musicians and the broader audio industry. Myxt is committed to building a tool that is available and accessible to all creators, no matter their level of technical expertise.