Practising music can be a real challenge for both the child and the parent. One of our founders, who is the father of a young music student, has tried everything he can to help his child develop his skills. He discovered that many families have similar problems when it comes to organising and motivating homework for a young musician. Since there are no solutions on the market, he decided to create a product that will help millions of people
Kids want to have fun
Children who have to exercise daily often lack motivation and mental stamina to maintain consistent quality
Teacher might not always be available
Teachers can be overwhelmed with the amount of work so they could benefit from assistance even if they are excellent at inspiring students and organising their work.
Parents are often the bottleneck
The rate of a child's progress is capped by the ability of parents to provide attention, knowledge and money to ensure the best education.
INSTRIC is a cat - playful, clever, audible, nimble and independent. Finally, every child has access to an assistant for music practice that listens, understands, helps, praises and entertains
Hands Free like fitness appAs little tapping as possible, because INSTRIC hears the instrument and accurately evaluates the effort.
Like a video gameWith challenges, characters, level-ups and trophies. The traditional game controller is replaced by the musical instrument.
A smart organiserEasily set and adjust tasks for practice sessions which are completed by working on them as scheduled
We are 2 determined and constantly learning experts in the disciplines of Music, Management, Design, Machine Learning.
A music parent, a designer with experience in IT management.
“I believe that with the technologies and practices available, there is much room for improvement in the tools used to enhance musical skills. We will start with the basics and grow with them to the professional realm”
Machine Learning Composer
Student of Computer Science, Machine Learning Researcher.
“The recent progress in machine learning and sound processing has opened a range of exciting new methods. I believe we can leverage these insights to enable a whole new approach to music education.”
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