Matt Aimonetti is a co-founder of Splice, a technology platform for music creators which streamlines the fragmented process of creating and sharing music, freeing musicians to spend their time and energy on the creative process.
Before Splice, Matt was a former sound engineer who tried his hand as an artist before transitioning to full time programming. Previously, he served as the core platform services tech lead and senior manager of LivingSocial.
He also worked as a video game developer for Sony Playstation. Matt has been active in the Open Source community for many years developing or contributing to many projects (Merb, Rails, MacRuby and many more), is a published tech author for O’Reilly and spoke at many conferences in the United States and abroad. Matt is based in Los Angeles, California.
Board & Advisor Roles (1)Update
Author of MacRuby: The Definitive Guide
Nov 1, 2009
|Apr 1, 2016||The Verge - Splice is building a collaborative tool for music production|
|May 21, 2015||Bloomberg - How Splice Breaks Down the Beat|
|May 14, 2014||Mashable - The Workspaces of Men Who Are On Their Game|
|Oct 9, 2013||Venture Beat - 'GitHub for musicians' Splice raises $2.75M to improve process of making music|
|Oct 9, 2013||Xconomy - GroupMe Co-Founder Steve Martocci’s New Project for Music: Splice|
|Oct 9, 2013||FinSMEs - FinSMEs|
|Oct 9, 2013||TechCrunch - A GitHub For Musicians, GroupMe Founder’s ‘Splice’ Aids Collaboration With Song Version Control|
|Mar 6, 2013||Techworld - Ruby programmers offered a touch of luxury in Paris|