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Sheet Music App Tonara Adds Interactive Score Synchronization To Help Musicians And Stage Techs

on November 25, 2013


Tonara, the interactive sheet music app, has announced a new score synchronization feature for its iPad app. One of Tonara’s biggest updates, score synchronization currently allows musicians to review their practice sessions and, in the future, will power stage management functions such as automatic lighting or supertitle changes at concert venues and opera houses.

Tonara’s technology combines audio signal analysis with proprietary algorithms to enable computers to understand notes in live or recorded music. This means that Tonara’s app can now follow any number of notes played simultaneously on any number of different instruments, track the user’s current position in the score even if he or she changes tempo or makes a mistake, and turn the page at the right moment. It can also match any note in a score with the corresponding note in a session recorded on the Tonara app, so musicians don’t have to rewind or…

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