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Smule believes that music is much more than just listening—it's about creating, sharing, discovering, and connecting with people. In furtherance of this belief, Smule has created a series of music-making software apps that allow users to sing along and video record themselves performing popular songs with the help of filters and even the original singers themselves. Currently, Smule has 52 million monthly active users who create approximately 20 million songs daily in Smule's apps in more than 150 countries. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, Smule was founded in 2008 to create apps that enabled anyone to create, discover, love and enjoy music. CEO and co-founder, Jeff Smith, previously co-founded and ran Tumbleweed, an email security software company which he took public on the Nasdaq and grew to $50 million in sales before stepping down as CEO. Previous CTO/CCO and co-founder, Ge Wang, is a Stanford professor at the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics.
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