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MakeMusic, Inc. (NASDAQ: MMUS) today announced the upcoming release of an iPad version of SmartMusic, the interactive practice software, in the spring of 2013. The app will be previewed to the public at the New York State School Music Association Winter Conference, November 29 – December 2, 2012, and The Midwest Clinic Annual Conference, December 19 – 22, 2012.
Offering much of the functionality found in the desktop version of SmartMusic, the upcoming app includes quality practice tools, assessment and accompaniment features as well as access to the entire content library with a SmartMusic subscription.
Staying true to the company mission of developing solutions that transform how music is composed, taught, learned, and performed, the decision to bring SmartMusic’s key features to the mobile device was a natural one. “We are seeing schools everywhere adopting iPads in the classroom,” said Barry Brown, SVP, product management and marketing. “Technology is driving how teachers and students interact, learn and make music and the deployment of SmartMusic on the iPad demonstrates our commitment to deliver solutions in a way our consumers want to use them.”
The app will be available for download on the Apple iTunes store in spring 2013. More information about SmartMusic and other MakeMusic brands can be found at
About MakeMusic, Inc.
®, Inc. is a world leader in music technology whose mission is to develop and market solutions that transform how music is composed, taught, learned and performed. For more than 20 years,
Finale® has been the industry standard in music notation software, enabling composers, arrangers, musicians, teachers, students and publishers to create, edit, audition, print and publish musical scores. MakeMusic is also the creator of
SmartMusic® education software that is transforming the way students practice. With SmartMusic, students and teachers have access to thousands of band, orchestra and vocal pieces allowing students to practice with background accompaniment and get immediate feedback on their performance. SmartMusic allows teachers to individualize instruction and document the progress of every student. The
SmartMusic® Inbox™, an Android™ and Apple
® mobile application, provides additional access for teachers to review, grade and comment on student assignments.
MusicXML™ is an Internet-friendly way to publish musical scores, enabling musicians to distribute interactive sheet music online and to use sheet music files with a wide variety of musical applications.
sound libraries provide musicians with state-of-the-art virtual instruments with the playback quality of a live performance. Additional information about this Minnesota company can be found at
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