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Let’s Play Violin! practice app launched

nSpire Me has launched Let’s Play Violin!, an interactive practice app which uses cutting-edge technology to listen to and analyse children’s playing.

nSpire Me has launched Let’s Play Violin!, an interactive practice app which listens to and analyses children’s violin playing.

The first in a series of apps for different instruments and age groups, Let’s Play Violin! uses AI to provide young learners with feedback on their pitch and rhythm.

About Let’s Play Violin!

Let’s Play Violin! is designed to help children aged 6-11 get the most from their practice.

With instant feedback on pitching and timing, users can:

  • practise on their own, with pre-recorded music or with a metronome
  • record themselves and compare with a reference recording

The app is launching with Grades 1-3 exam pieces as well as pieces used in Suzuki 1-4.

About nSpire Me

nSpireMe is the brainchild of conductor and music entrepreneur, Stuart Barr.

Formerly Music Director to Dame Shirley Bassey, Stuart taught at the Royal Academy of Music for a decade, recently took his MBA in the Creative Industries at the University of Cambridge and is Chairman of the London Youth Choir.

nSpireMe wants to enhance intrinsic motivation within students, keeping them engaged and empowered when practising and helping them gain satisfaction in their own progress.

Let’s Play Violin! uses cutting-edge technology to double down on this mission, emphasising supportive feedback over scoring.

‘Extraordinary powers of creativity’

Stuart Barr said:

‘Every child possesses extraordinary powers of creativity and it’s our job to develop technology that enables them to unleash it.’