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Yousician Introduces Bass Guitar Learning Platform

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Yousician has added support for bass guitar. The digital music education platform, which is available on desktop and mobile versions, teaches by listening to your playing and giving feedback.

“The Yousician platform works by listening to users play a real instrument through the microphone of a desktop or handheld device, and uses gamification to deliver real-time feedback on a musician’s accuracy and timing,” a press release explains. “This state-of-the-art audio processing combined with interactive courses is a reimagined take on music education, and is available on desktop, Android and iOS devices. The environment provides motivational content and challenges to keep users engaged.”

The bass curriculum focuses on improving rhythmic skills and navigating genres necessary for playing with others. Yousician is available as a free download with in-app purchases. Subscriptions run from $19.99 for a month to $119.99 for a year.

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Let’s not praise the machine, it is a game and offers little to no real feed back in a teaching aspect. Good game, but can not and should not replace a real teacher.

Mark S Beretta

Mark S Beretta

Cool Beans ,,, I guess ,,, it can’t hurt a professional bassist.