Soundwhale, a remote collaboration platform for audio post and music production, has joined forces with independent music and licensing platform Jamendo with the aim of combining Soundwhale’s knack for fostering smooth collaboration and post-production processes with Jamendo’s licensing services and large community of artists.
Soundwhale will provide Jamendo’s artists with remote studios to boost collaboration, while offering its sync buyers tools to preview how a particular track will work with their video material.
Soundwhale leaped onto the remote collaboration and audio production scene before the pandemic, and its services have proven especially vital at a time when production teams have found themselves unable to operate in-person.
As teams working to produce shows for Netflix and Amazon had to go remote, Soundwhale met those urgent customer demands. The synchronous, real-time communication and live sessions afforded by this service via iOS and macOS acts as a bridge between DAWs.
Soundwhale also provides production tools of its own, and its capabilities have proven useful for audio engineers, voice actors and producers working on films and shows remotely.
As a music producer and audio post professional, Soundwhale CEO Ameen Abdulla saw how useful these tools could be for artists and saw the perfect partner in Jamendo.