Abbey Road Studios has kicked off the second phase of its Abbey Road Red startup incubator program. The first cohort of startups – OSSIC, CloudBounce and UberChord – have now graduated from the initiative, to be replaced by three new firms for a six-month stint. The three are: Qrates, the vinyl crowdfunding platform that gets fans to pre-order vinyl to cover the costs for artists of pressing it; The Audio Hunt, an online marketplace for audio gear and services for musicians, engineers and producers; and Scored, a music library and film-scoring application that helps filmmakers score their soundtracks. “We are perfectly placed to help develop these companies, through our music technology expertise and networks,” said Abbey Road Red project manager Jon Eades. “We also act as a test ground and provide real collaboration, offering the best platform to showcase each company to the right audience and drive them forward.”

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