Startup Jaxsta has been working on a huge database of music credits – from artists and songwriters to producers and engineers – for four years now. This week, the project has launched a public beta for music fans and industry folk alike to poke around.

“We are proud to unveil what promises to be the world’s largest source of official music credit information, and the platform which gives artists, musicians, songwriters, producers, engineers and all involved with the creation of music credit where credit is due,” said CEO Jacqui Louez Schoorl, according to The Industry Observer.

Major labels Universal Music and Warner Music as well as industry bodies the RIAA and ARIA are among the partners for the project, which already claims to catalogue more than 2.5m albums and singles; 1.9 million songwriters and 5m production credits, with more to come.

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