Creative Audio, Inc. is a creative audio business that transforms your music collections into a digital product that can be sold through their Creative Sound Library.
Creative Audio provides a new way to listen to music.
The company has made its first two albums available to artists through their online store and they’ve partnered with Spotify and Spotify Music to bring their product to the Apple Music platform.
Creative Audio’s founder and CEO, Andrew Rutter, explains that the company was born out of an idea for a digital music service.
“Music was always going to be the next big thing, but we weren’t sure what the format would be,” Rutter told Business Insider.
“It was going to just be an old-school format, but with a modern twist, with the technology to make it a really beautiful, dynamic and immersive experience.”
“We’ve been working on a lot of cool technology, and we’ve also been working with some very talented artists,” Ritter continued.
“They’re all really interested in what we’re trying to do.
We have a very open process.”
Creativly is one of the first companies to partner with Spotify Music and Spotify to bring its Creative Sound Collection to Apple Music.
It’s not just about the music, though.
Rutter says the company is focused on the audio side of things, as well.
“We’re doing the audio and video side of it,” he said.
“The music is going to remain a part of the Creative Audio experience, but there will be some additional features added.”
For example, you can listen to the Creative Sound Collections on your iPhone or iPad.”
Rutter said that the audio is a big part of why the company has chosen to partner directly with Spotify.”
You’re going to get all the amazing soundtracks, including the music you love,” he continued.
The company has already partnered with two artists.
The first is Dannii Minogue, who Rutter said is the best artist to listen too.
Rutt said the company had been working closely with Minogue for years and the pair had been able to work together.
But Rutter also mentioned that the partnership with Minoga and the other artists is more of a strategic move.”
This is something we are going to do together, so we’re not just going to use this partnership as a way to make more money,” he explained.
However, Rutter admitted that the artists will also have to work with the company for the final product.
As a result, Rutt said that they’re also looking to partner up with a lot more artists and creators.
They’re also working on bringing the music to more platforms in the future.
And Rutter believes that the future is bright for Creative Audio.”
I’m really excited about this company, this idea, and I think we’re going in the right direction,” he concluded.
You can find more information on the company and their product here: Creatives Sound Library (Apple Music) You may also be interested in: