The last big tech conference of 2014 took place this week in Paris: Le Web. And a digital music company won its startup competition, although one that’s b2B rather than consumer-focused. UK firm JukeDeck’s service creates “unique, royalty-free soundtracks for your videos”, with a target market of online video creators, games developers and real-world venues, among other businesses. The idea being that they pick their settings, then JukeDeck’s “responsive music software” composes tracks note-by-note for them. “Composers are the bedrock of the musical world (we’d know – we’re composers ourselves!). We just know that not everyone has access to a composer – and that’s where we come in,” claims the company on its website. “We want to give video producers a tool that lets them make the music they want really quickly, and then lets them go back and edit it as much as they like.” The company is currently in early-access mode.