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Guthman Musical Instrument Competition
Jesse Engel is playing an instrument that's somewhere between a clavichord and a Hammond organth-century classical crossed with 20th-century rhythm and blues. Then he drags a marker across his laptop screen. Suddenly, the instrument is somewhere else between a clavichord and a Hammond. Before, it was, say, 15 percent clavichord. Now it's closer to 75 percent.
Every year, we invite musical inventors from around the world to share their creations and ideas about the future of music. Viewers will be able to watch and vote on their favorites, while judges choose the winners for a special celebration culminating in March of This year's virtual competition features 29 finalists from 15 different countries. We've compiled videos from all the finalists into a gallery that shows off an impressive breadth of instruments. As you browse through the invention demonstrations, imagine the impact they could have on the future of music.
Ever wanted to learn to play a musical instrument? Alongside that, the App Store has plenty of apps for teaching you how to play numerous different instruments. It essentially provides you with some virtual instruments wherever you take your devices. Alongside that, it offers 5 minute musical workouts, tips on how to read sheet music and comes with a wealth of fun songs for you to learn to play. Yousician will help you learn to play the piano, guitar, bass or ukulele.