LAKESIDE, CONN. (PRWEB) MAY 26, 2020
MatchMySound and Noteflight announced their partnership, as they release SoundCheck, an integrated music creation platform providing instant feedback and guided practice.
“Noteflight’s robust online music notation software, combined with Hal Leonard’s vast catalog of music and SoundCheck assessment, is a huge win for musicians of all ages,” said John Mlynczak, Managing Director of Noteflight, a Hal Leonard company. “We are building an unparalleled single solution where learning to both create and perform music is seamlessly integrated.”
With SoundCheck, students, teachers, and musicians will have the ability to play or sing a piece of music and receive real-time feedback on their performance, to include ratings for pitch, rhythm, and tempo. The platform also provides tools for effective and engaging guided practice, such as tempo adjustment, looping, and backing tracks. SoundCheck will be added to Noteflight and Noteflight Premium in the coming months.
“MatchMySound’s sophisticated feedback technology is an ideal fit for this revolutionary music learning and performing solution,” said David Smolover, CEO of Accelerando. “We are thrilled to partner with the leaders in publishing and online music notation to build SoundCheck and to offer it to music writers and readers, worldwide.”
Teachers, students, and musicians interested in using SoundCheck can contact Noteflight at http://www.noteflight.com for more information on how to implement this new music creation, performance, and feedback platform.
Accelerando is a music education company that specializes in music assessment technology. Its flagship practice and feedback technology, MatchMySound, powers the apps Achieve Music, MusicFirst’ s Practice First, Piano Adventures’ Sightreading Coach, My Choral Coach, and Marching Band Pro. A respected technology leader in music education, the company has license agreements with major publishers, including Hal Leonard, Alfred Music, Music Sales, and Piano Adventures. Accelerando also works with School of Rock, one of the world’s largest music lesson providers. The company recently developed Songley, an app that is transforming the relationship between performing artists and their fans. The company’s mission is to make learning fun, exciting, and affordable, and proudly serves its solutions to publishers, schools, private teachers, student musicians, and hobbyists worldwide.
Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Somerville, MA, Noteflight, LLC is dedicated to reinventing the way people create, share, teach, sell, purchase, and now learn to play notated music. Noteflight has over 4.8 million users and addresses both individual music-makers and music educators at all levels with its family of products, available by online subscription. Noteflight also provides a marketplace to purchase and sell music all as digital Noteflight notation files. Hal Leonard acquired Noteflight in 2014 and continues to invest in growth for both the education and consumer music markets. For more information, visit http://www.noteflight.com.
About Hal Leonard
Founded in 1947, Hal Leonard is the world’s largest music print publisher and digital content provider, producing educational publications, songbooks, sheet music, reference books, DVDs, magazines, eBooks, digital sheet music, apps and more. The company is also a major distributor of music technology products, selling and marketing the most popular software, hard goods and accessories available today, to musicians and recording enthusiasts around the world. In its more than 200,000 available publications and products, Hal Leonard represents many of the world’s best known and most respected publishers, artists, songwriters, arrangers and manufacturers. The company is headquartered in Milwaukee, WI and also has domestic offices in Winona, MN; San Francisco; Austin; and Boston, and offices abroad in Australia, Belgium, China, Germany, Holland, Italy, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit http://www.halleonard.com.