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Recombinant is a music data and media technology lab which has, over the years, taught computers to write music, put the fan in the band, and discovered our data might drive smarter advertising.

Founded in Sacramento, California in 2005 with Dave Park, they're developing solutions for repurposing music data as visual input, making images and ads contextually responsive to music.

Recombinant's flagship product, Song AI, is an interactive music platform enabling anyone to play any song on any instrument, expertly and improvisationally, by simple touch or motion control. The iOS beta (JamBandit) saw installs in 144 countries and free-to-paid conversion in double digit percentages on a zero marketing budget.

Investors include SF MusicTech Fund, Brian Zisk, Ty Roberts, Peermusic, and Wonderful Union / Ground CTRL, among a number of other angels.

Recombinant also holds revenue share and other agreements with major rights holders including Universal Music Group, Universal Music Publishing, and Peermusic, as well as a range of noteworthy independent artists.

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