Earlier this summer we released the MMS 3.0 which was a significant update both UX and features wise. A few weeks later we came up with important changes in the feedback algorithm as well. Not only is the new algorithm more precise, but it also takes a step towards interpreting the student's mistakes. For instance, until today, when you played a wrong note or messed up with intonation or chords, MMS would paint the feedback line yellow or red. It was then up to you to understand what went wrong. The new version tells you what happened. Take a look at this:
And it is just the beginning. Having this further and precise information about one's performance, we can do lots of exciting things. The tooltips you see in the demo video are just a placeholder. Wait until our designer gets to it!
Some examples of what kind of feedback MMS can now give: intonation information (sharp or flat by x cents), articulation differences (played where silence was expected/cut off too early), played note x in the place of note y, added/missing notes in chords (yes, it works with polyphony!), tuning (your instrument was tuned x cents sharp/flat). global tempo (you were on average x% slower/faster).