We’re used to writing about Abbey Road Studios’ work with startups through the lens of its Abbey Road Red incubator, but now the UMG subsidiary is turning acquirer. It is buying Audiomovers, a startup that makes remote collaboration software for musicians and producers. Its tools are already being used by thousands of customers, and the business will continue to operate under Abbey Road’s wing now.

For the studios it’s a significant deal, as it marks Abbey Road’s move into remote music production. “In the past year we’ve seen 100% of studio sessions requiring some level of remote access and the name Audiomovers being repeatedly mentioned,” said MD Isabel Garvey. “We believe the shift to remote music production is here to stay and we want to be part of this new world, supporting music making in all its forms, no matter where creators might be located.”

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