Greek startup Accusonus has raised a Series A funding round of $3.3m, which the five year-old company will use to continue developing its “human-friendly audio software”. That means tools that use machine-learning technology to process audio, within software used by musicians, podcasters and video creators alike. For example, its most-recent product is Rhythmiq, “an instantly playable virtual instrument” that “analyses and understands your stems and allows you to reshape them in real time” – complete with an ‘AI Beat Assistant’ designed to be used by electronic-music makers, producers and DJs.

TechCrunch reported on the company’s expansion beyond that core music market however: with tools that help podcasters and video creators to ‘clean up’ the audio on their recordings, before publishing them to the world.

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