1983 Yoshinari Nashiki, the current music production advisor, began to produce "FreeUseMusic" (now renamed as "Nash Music Library") on vinyl records.
March 1987 "FreeUseMusic (Nash Music Library)" became available on CDs.
June 1994 Soundworks Inc. spun off a "FreeUseMusic (Nash Music Library)" department which was then re-established as an independent company "Soundworks/Nash Studio" with a capital investment of 1.5 million yen.
14 June 1994 Capital increase to 3 million JPY.
18 June 1995 Capital increase to 5.8 million JPY.
September 1995 Launched Full Library (Annual Lease Contract) that offer Nash Music Library’s entire catalog for domestic broadcasters, sound designers, corporations, universities, etc.
1996 Opened the Nash Music Library website via IBM's internet mall to receive international orders.
March 1996 Capital increase to 10.5 million JPY.
1996 Launch of Nash Music Library website via IBM's internet mall called "hypertown".
20 November 1996 Capital increase to 12.5 million JPY.
3 December 1996 Capital increase to 14.5 million JPY.
1 July 1999 Reorganized as Nash Studio Inc.
13 July 1999 Capital increase to 20 million JPY.
July 2000 Launched the download website of the Nash Music Library. Now globally downloadable.
January 2004 Reached 10,000 Nash Music Library tracks.
June 2004 Opened a music production studio at the foot of Daisen (Mount Daisen), a volcanic mountain in Tottori prefecture, Japan.
June 2005 Nash Music Library becomes available 24/365 on the download website.
February 2010 Launched the nature photography and ambient music audiovisual collection "Nash Visual Audio."
August 2011 Launched the HD audio search tool.
October 2012 Launched the Japanese/oriental music label "Zipeast."
September 2013 Provided Nash Music Library metadata to meet the requirements of background music use reporting system for all sounds recordings used on the broadcast in Japan.
March 2014 Reached 20,000 Nash Music Library tracks.
April 2014 Launch of “Bulk Download Subscription” of Nash Music Library to meet the need for a subscription service.
February 2015 Began to provide Nash Music Library to creators through the local music licencing platforms in various countries.
November 2017 Reached 25,000 Nash Music Library tracks.
December 2017 Counted 450 million views on YouTube videos with Nash Music Library in the background within a year.
July 2018 Launched background music streaming subscription service "Nash Music Channel" to meet the needs of commercial venues.
August 2018 Former music production director Mika Yokoyama takes over Yoshinari Nashiki as president, and Nashiki becomes a music production advisor.
April 2020 Provided Nash Music Library on music streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Unlimited, etc.