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The Halfway Mark!

Posted by Tim Soo (Creator)

Thank you to everyone who has contributed so far! Fingers crossed, the project will be funded! I want to clear up a couple inquiries that have been made. I will be adding this to the main Kickstarter page as well. Thanks again for all the support!

- Tim Soo

Will there be a similar app using Android? As an Android user myself, I will more than likely be building an app for Android users.

What shows up on the computer screen? For traditional instruments, there is a natural physical feedback with each note: the vibration of the string, the buzz of the trumpet. Well the feedback for the invisible instrument is in visual form -- you'll see the instrument you're playing and know what exactly you're doing when you do each movement. (Which particular drum is being hit, what string you're on). Granted, you can still use the instrument without it, but I imagine it will help when beginning to learn.

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