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Hollywood bigshots gave this startup founder the idea to write music with robots

When an amateur filmmaker wants to soundtrack a video, they just pick one of their favorite songs and hope it doesn't get zapped with a copyright takedown. But for professional content, like the web videos from publications that are flooding Facebook, or for commercials, that's not an option. You need music that sounds good, that's appropriate for the video, and most importantly, is affordable to use legally.
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