First video game for violin!
Songs2See - the music game for real instruments - is the first of its kind that supports violin with its newest update released on 22th of May 2014. The violin note recognition gives players instant feedback on how well they intonate the songs while increasing their highscore. Optimal placement of fingers is shown on the violin neck and additional tools like slowing songs down make practice more fun and intuitive. Only a simple microphone is required for recording the players performance. The violin is already the ninth instrument to be supported and according to the developers this is just the beginning. Out of the box the user can select between guitar, bass, ukulele, trumpet, clarinet, saxophone, recorder (flute), piano and violin. Even other instruments are possible by customizing clef and transposition.
While giving flexibility in terms of instruments, Songs2See offers also complete freedom on the music content. With the Songs2See Editor, players can import any song from their music collection and turn it into practice content for the Songs2See Game right away - gone are the days of boring songlists and expensive DLCs.
Songs2See is a fun and easy way to learn a musical instrument. It is the first music game that lets the user play along to well-known songs using real acoustic instruments. The only required hardware is a simple PC microphone and the instrument. Nothing plastic, nothing fake, just the most authentic and complete learning experience in music gaming. Songs2See listens to the player and rates his performance in real-time. With this instant feedback, the user develops real skills and learn to sight-read music in no time. Songs2See's unique score sheet view makes playing visually intuitive and will engage rookies as well as experienced players.
Songquito UG is a music technology company devoted to the development of music video games and music education software. Learning music should be fun and this is the heart of the products. Songquito is currently responsible for marketing and distribution of Songs2See. The Songquito team started working together on the Songs2See software in 2010 as part of the Fraunhofer-Institute for Digital Media Technology in Ilmenau, Germany. In 2012, they were awarded the Innovation and Entrepreneur price of the German Gesellschaft für Informatik for Songs2See.
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