15 Trending App For Music Producers Businesses [2024]

Updated: July 24th, 2023
Start An App For Music Producers

Looking for some examples of a app for music producers?

Interested in case studies of a successful app for music producers? Check out our full list of success stories.

1. Splice

Splice is the leading platform for music production offering access to millions of the best royalty-free samples, loops, and presets; Rent-to-Own plugins & DAWs.

Where they're located: Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Website traffic: 4.16M/month

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2. Soundstripe

Where they're located: Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Website traffic: 490K/month

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4. WMG

Where they're located: Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Website traffic: 330K/month

5. Soundplate.com

Record Label & Music Technology Company. Submit music to Spotify playlists & discover new sounds.

Where they're located: London, UK
Current team size: 5

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6. PCAudioLabs

The Best DAW Pro Audio Computer Desktops, Towers, Rackmounts & Laptops for Music & Video Production since 2000. Rok Box PCs, Pro Audio Software & Hardware.

Where they're located: Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Website traffic: 50K/month

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7. Studio Pros

Where they're located: Nashville, Tennessee, USA

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8. Musicspace

Musicspace is the easy way to manage and protect your entire music catalog in one beautiful dashboard.

How much they make: $2.4K/year
Where they're located: London, England, United Kingdom
How much did it cost to start: $500
Current team size: 1

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On Launching A Simple Music Catalog Management App For Artists And Producers

Musicspace.io is a music catalog management platform that has attracted 100 users in under two months entirely bootstrapped, with plans to handle independent and non-independent artists of all sizes, while offering additional features such as a Milestones product for users to track their achievements, goals, and milestones.

About
Karan started Musicspace about 4 years ago
Revenue
Karan grew the business to $200/month
Costs
It cost Karan $500 to start the business
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9. KELLR Music

Where they're located: Nashville, Tennessee, USA

10. Nashville Demo Factory

Where they're located: Nashville, Tennessee, USA

11. AudioCipher Technologies

Audiocipher is a MIDI vst plugin designed to inspired producers and composers. Encode words into music to generate new ideas.

How much they make: $12K/year
Where they're located: Portland, OR, USA
How much did it cost to start: $7K
Current team size: 1

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How We Earned 200+ Sales Of Our Music Software In Less Than 3 Months

AudioCipher Technologies has sold over 200 copies of its $15 MIDI plugin that translates words into music notes, earning $3000 in revenue during its first 10 weeks without any pre-existing mailing lists or industry leads, despite a shoestring budget.

About
Ezra started AudioCipher Technologies almost 4 years ago
Revenue
Ezra grew the business to $1K/month
Costs
It cost Ezra $7000 to start the business
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12. Vwaza Multimedia

Listen to the sounds of Africa.

Where they're located: Lilongwe, Malawi
How much did it cost to start: $3K
Current team size: 2

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I Created A Music App To Empower African Artists

African-based entrepreneur develops Vwaza Multimedia, a profitable and innovative subscription-based app empowering African creators by offering a platform through which they can distribute their music and poems to audience members from various countries including the USA, Europe, Africa, and China.

About
Joel started Vwaza Multimedia almost 4 years ago
Revenue
Joel grew the business to $0/month
Costs
It cost Joel $3000 to start the business
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13. Urban Masterclass

We help a new generation of music producers and artists develop advanced marketing skills, defy the online music industry, and make better music.

How much they make:

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15. Songstats

How much they make: $828K/year
Where they're located: Bali
How much did it cost to start: $400K
Current team size: 8

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How These Friends Bootstrapped A $1M/Year Business Out of Their Love for Music

Songstats is a music data analytics SaaS platform that aggregates insights across 14 different music services, approaching $1 million in annual recurring revenue and growing its team of music lovers, ultimate frisbee players, and close friends that came together in Bali, Indonesia with a shared vision of launching their startup.

About
Oskar started Songstats almost 4 years ago
Revenue
Oskar grew the business to $69K/month
Costs
It cost Oskar $400000 to start the business
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