Heinrich Huber sent a message to Takuya Nakata that said:
Good day from Austria,
i would like to introduce our company and our intentions to you.
We are a start-up from Upper Austria (Hagenberg/Pierbach) and have developed "tonestro", a mobile app for wind instruments.
tonestro is the first mobile app that implements a holistic, pedagogically valuable approach that supports the musician in the entire learning and improvement process and, in addition, the often
neglected components of motivation, the joy of learning and social interactions in a harmonious overall picture.
In short, a few points about what tonestro is all about:
â¢ You play with the instrument directly from the notes in the app
â¢ The device (smartphone or tablet) analyses and evaluates the played music, problems and errors are immediately visualised in the score (e.g. intonation, rhythm, tone stability...)
â¢ Objectives - more efficient practice, faster learning progress, networking with like-minded people, increasing motivation
When you send me your mail adress i will send you a comprehensive presentation.
Many music teachers (worldwide) have used tonestro very successfully in their lessons and have confirmed that tonestro is a very good addition to music school lessons.
Especially now, in the difficult time of the pandemic, it is becoming clear that digitalisation is also becoming more and more important in the music school system.
I would be very pleased to receive a short feedback!
Thank you and best regards,