Jukedeck allows users to create soundtracks for videos using artificial intelligence that can compose and adapt music.

The business was co-founded by Ed Newton-Rex, a published composer with a double-starred first degree in music from University of Cambridge, along with fellow Cambridge graduate and former Google employee Patrick Stobbs.

“Applying our AI makes sourcing music quicker, easier, cheaper and more scalable. We can provide a unique, royalty-free soundtrack in under 30 seconds, and we can do so for an unlimited number of videos,” says Stobbs.

Investment has come from University of Cambridge, Cambridge Innovation Capital, Playfair Capital and Backed VC has raised $3.84m (£2.96m) to date.