Posted on Monday, August 13th, 2012 by Uri Halevi
Tonara actually listens to musicians, it shows them their exact position on the score while they play, and automatically turns the pages when the time is right. The software is robust enough to continue tracking the performance even if the musician changes tempo, makes mistakes or repeats a section and even works when external noise interferes.
According to the Tonara team, they plan to become the “iTunes of sheet music”. Future versions of the Tonara app will aspire to provide an automatic accompaniment for multi-part scores that matches the player’s performance and an automatic analysis and grading of the player’s performance.
Tonara can be downloaded for free with six built-in scores of sheet music, getting extra sheet music will cost you between 1$ to 4$. If your a musician you must check it out, for you it can be a life altering app.