Monday April 6, 2020

New firm helps bands track their tunes

An anti-piracy start-up firm is attracting significant commercial interest from record labels and music promoters.

1st May, 2010

An anti-piracy start-up firm is attracting significant commercial interest from record labels and music promoters.

Dublin based Tunetrak produces software that watermarks individual music tracks on CDs. The software also monitors more than 10,000 radio and television stations, listening for copyrighted music and material.

The company is the brainchild of Paul Shiels, from Glasnevin in Dublin. Together with Mark Northam and a range of other partners, Shiels's product is targeted at bands, music publishers, record labels...

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