With a combined $300M+ in exits, serial entrepreneurs David Carson, Dan Demole and Jesse Korwin have partnered to create Slip.stream, a creator safe music platform. Built with creators in mind, Slip.stream launched with a copyright strike safe library of over 50,000 tracks and 40,000 sound effects, filled with real music from real artists. With over 20M YouTube video creators, 34M gaming streamers on multiple platforms and 30M independent creators worldwide, Slip.stream is removing the friction around music rights and allowing creators to include music they love in their videos and streams and musicians ownership of their creations, along with opportunity to gain new fans and revenue streams.
Slip.stream’s founders have some serious music/tech cred. Co-CEO David Carson founded Fuse music television, the iconic rock channel that was 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 $40M fundraising round. Joining Carson also as a Co-CEO, Dan Demole’s music/tech background is with Jingle Punks, along with CMO Jesse Korwin, which sold to WME and Anthem Entertainment.For more information, visit Slip.stream