Sweden’s music sampling startup Tracklib raises $1.7 million from Sony and WndrCo. Stockholm-based Tracklib, the world’s first record store with songs for sampling, has raised $1.7 million to act on its ambitious plan to expand its user base and recording catalog. The round was joined by Sony Innovation Fund; WndrCo; and Jörg Mohaupt, a private, early-stage investor who has invested in several other music companies including Discogs and Amuse. The funding round is in preparation for a Series A funding later this year. To date Tracklib has raised $4.4M, from early stage equity investors, Vinnova and Almi.