Applications Makes Learning to Play an Instrument More Interactive and Productive for Students and Teachers
I recently spoke with Ohad Galan, CEO of Tonara, a powerful application designed to provide students with much needed feedback while practicing their instruments. Tonara is also a great platform for teachers to connect with their students and extend the instructional process and support well beyond the classroom.
Tonara started up in 2012 in Israel, using a patented AI solution to listen and provide feedback to students playing the piano. The original product was student/musician focused. Two years ago, with new investment funds coming in, they shifted their focus and started working to add more functionality to help meet the needs of music teachers. Today, Tonara provides tools to help teachers manage their courses and the teaching and learning process.