Yousician wants to “democratize” access to music learning and help users find their creative identity through their platform for Android and iOS. The application is especially aimed at those who want to be a true “virtuoso”, but are still taking their first steps in the music world.
Developed by a team of Finnish programmers, Yousician promises to be a music school in the palm of your hand. The application has lessons and exercises for those who want to learn to train their voice or play instruments such as piano, guitar, bass and even ukulele.
To start learning you just need your instrument of choice and application. Through the smartphone's microphone, the system behind the Yousician is able to identify whether the user is playing or singing the correct notes, giving him feedback on his musical performance.
In addition to over 1,500 lessons, exercises and missions to improve your performance, the application provides video tutorials so you don't lose the edge when you have any questions. To make things more competitive, Yousician presents users with a weekly challenge where they can compete with the millions of aspiring “music stars” who also use it.
The application is available both on Play store and in App store. Although the download of its base version is free, users can also subscribe to various paid plans, depending on their musical ambitions and the “availability” of their wallet, ranging from 4.99 to 241.99 euros depending on the modality. chosen.