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New Partnership: Jellynote and Play!

Presenting our partnership

As transcribers, our goal is to create sheet music that is easy to read and interpret. We think it would be great to provide our customers with a very large library of sheet music with educational tools that can enhance their music-learning experience. That’s why we’re glad to officially announce our partnership with Jellynote! 

 

Jellynote: learn with sheet music

Jellynote is an online community of pro musicians that provides high-quality scores just as we do, but what makes this service unique is their focus on music education. Jellynote has a real commitment to community building, a passion for music, and an innovative vision. Their main goal is to restore music education’s attractiveness and explore accessible ways to enjoy it.

 

Flore Wang and her vision

Jellynote Partners

CEO Flore Wang explains how she experienced music learning when she was a kid – “it was too rigid, so I ended up abandoning music”. Years later she began to work for Jellynote, where she has found more than traditional sheet music reading. Flore, as many users now do, encountered an online platform where music, interaction, and community happen together. 

To do so, they’ve created an online space where one can experience sheet music in a flexible and customizable way: every user can adapt a score to play it more comfortably. From adapting tempo, transposing the piece, playing it in a loop, or listening to only one track at a time. Jellynote allows interaction and flexibility to really happen.

 

Our contribution

A collaboration between Jellynote and My Sheet Music Transcriptions does make an impact. As a professional transcribing service, we now create custom transcriptions for Jellynote users, which helps the music community learn new songs

that can’t be found anywhere while enlarging Jellynote’s music library as well. 

We are joining forces so users can find any sheet music they are looking for! We’ve already got some of our sheet music catalog there, growing and growing every day. Check it out!

 

There’s more: Play by Jellynote!

Play by Jellynote

Our friends over at Jellynote have recently come up with the most wonderful idea: Play by Jellynote will let you play or sing your favorite tracks from their impressive sheet music catalog and match you with other musicians to create virtual concerts! 

They’ve launched a Kickstarter to gather support behind the app: go check out their campaign before December 12th as there’s a lot of cool stuff we’re sure you’ll love.

Curious? Go to https://www.jellynote.com/en/play/demo/watch and join 8 other musicians on a song… don’t worry, you will know how to play / sing it for sure!

This collaboration between Jellynote and My Sheet Music Transcriptions has just begun but it’s already bringing so many good things and positive comments from our audience and music communities. Long life to this beautiful music journey together!

 

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