Buying loops and samples to spice up your music production has been a relatively uninspiring process and selling them generally even worse.
We decided to change that by creating a platform for music creatives to buy and sell any form of music production assets, while skipping the middleman and giving full control to the shop owners.
We built tools to let people run their own independent shops and have full control over their products, setting their own prices and always having full visibility over their performance.
No longer is there a need to sell your products at extortionate prices to 3rd party shops and then have no idea as to how much you’re making or whether you’re getting paid fairly.
Buyers know exactly who are behind the products they love and know they support the creators directly. And we also didn’t want to build yet another static ecommerce catalogue, so we added social interactions to the equation – building a community of like-minded people, encouraging them to collaborate, explore and share the creativity, and create a healthy ecosystem in the process.
Ragnar makes sure everything on Notive looks great and works as intended. That’s highly subjective, of course. He’s also a bedroom music producer himself, which is handy - you would probably have a thing or two to chat about.
Hailing from Tianjin, China (you've probably never heard of it but it's one of the biggest cities in China, right next to Beijing), Lindsay makes sure word of us travels far and wide.