GhostTunes was an online music store and digital library founded by American country music singer Garth Brooks, Randy Bernard, and Chris Webb. It varied from other online music stores such as iTunes by allowing the individual record labels to choose their selling format as well as prices, with an emphasis on fair and proper royalty payments. Its digital library could be synced across multiple devices, creating a multi-platform collection encompassing all user-downloaded music, regardless of the store used to purchase.
My team worked to develop the online store, music storage and playback application, backend artist management system, and other marketing materials for full launch of the platform. Our company was also hired to provide ongoing support for the business. GhostTunes and its users were subsequently absorbed by Amazon Music in March of 2017.