Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 16, 2012
Music Prodigy, creators of interactive music education application Rock Prodigy, announced today that they have added two experts in the areas of computer science and music education. Dr. Roger Dannenberg, of Carnegie Mellon Universitys School of Computer Science, has been named Chief Science Officer, and Dr. Richard Gard, of Yale Universitys School of Music, has been named Chief Education Officer.
We are thrilled that Professors from Yale and Carnegie Mellon have chosen to join Music Prodigy to launch a new online cloud-based music education platform, said Harold Lee, co-founder and CEO of Music Prodigy. Unlike other music learning tools, Music Prodigy brings expert guidance and instantaneous evaluation to anyone, anywhere, and radically simplifies the music learning process.
Practice is the key to learning and Music Prodigy makes practicing fun, effective and affordable. Behind the fun is a complete learning system combining patent-pending algorithms, innovative curriculum, expert-designed lessons and exercises, and the newly released live Dashboard that automatically synchronizes your performance to the cloud and shows you how you stack up against other students in the Music Prodigy community.
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