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[Funding News] MA-based Suno Secures $125Million in Funding

Suno, a music creation platform, has received $125 million in funding. Nat Friedman, Daniel Gross, Matrix, Lightspeed Venture Partners, and Founder Collective were among the investors.

Suno, a music creation platform, has received $125 million in funding. Nat Friedman, Daniel Gross, Matrix, Lightspeed Venture Partners, and Founder Collective were among the investors.

The funds will be allocated to expedite the development of new products and expand the company’s workforce. Under the leadership of CEO Mikey Shulman, Suno is developing v3, an AI music model that is capable of generating radio-quality music, allowing users to create complete, two-minute songs in a matter of seconds.

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The company is collaborating with a team of advisors, which includes 3LAU, Aaron Levie, Alexandr Wang, Amjad Masad, Andrej Karpathy, Aravind Srinivas, Brendan Iribe, Flosstradamus, Fred Ehrsam, Guillermo Rauch, and Shane Mac.

About Suno

Suno is establishing a future in which any individual can create music. They eliminate obstacles that separate you from the composition you aspire to create, regardless of whether you are a charting artist or a shower singer. No instrument is required; only imagination is required. From your mind to music.

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