2012 till now | Mobile Games, Web Portal, API, Social, Media, Outsourcing
NoteWorks is a musical game, designed to teach note recognition and improve sight reading skills. Hungry Munchy is eager to swallow elusive blue notes. Your goal is to help Munchy catch each note as quickly as possible.
DoReMiWorld is a start-up company on the education market. It released a series of mobile interactive educational games, designed to teach music theory, and a web portal to connect students, teachers and their parents.
iPads and Android tablets are being used in more and more schools each year. Attracting children, these devices can be very useful teaching young apprentices. The objective of the first iPad game is to teach note recognition and improve sight-reading skills. From the other side, interactive web based system, which allows parents of music students who take private lessons to monitor their children’s progress. Parents and music teachers have access to homework practice assignments, lesson notes, repertoire, calendars, and other features that we are planning to introduce going forward.
A fun to learn, attractive mobile game has been developed for iOS and Android platforms. It works from very beginner to quite advanced levels, helping to learn note names. It is also flexible, offering several options so that you can customize the game to your needs (level, age, instrument, clef, mode, speed etc.). It supports MIDI interface and will allow note detection through microphone for an acoustic piano.
In addition to mobile gaming products, a web portal to connect students, teachers and their parents has been worked on. Homework assignments and results, parent control, multilanguage, individual/school modes, scoring are among the multiple portal features.
- Flexible options and easy customization per learning program and instrument;
- Caters for a wide range of skill levels;
- Multiple player profiles available for families or teachers;
- Fun and engaging way to learn music theory.
We’ve created a great resource for music students and teachers and a handy tool for parents wanting to boost home practice with a bit of variety.
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