We have recently come across this accompaniment app., piano accompaniment only. My daughter is enjoying it, cheaper than Cadenza Live and so far less glitchy. AI, so follows soloist.
What do you mean by "less glitchy"? I found early versions of Cadenza (pre-Cadenza Live) prone to the occasional crash, but I generally found the way it follows to be true-to-life for orchestral accompanying, including when it could or could not follow.
We have had issues with Cadenza, but always used phone, should try
Oh my god, is there a reason all this type of apps are iOS only?
Urban, yes, the reason is very simple. If you can afford $29 a month for a music accompanying app, it means you are a Person of Means and you should only have the most expensive phones, which are mostly iPhones.
Yes Cadenza is pricey, hence (in part) the post.
Don't say "MyPianist" more than three times fast.
This looks like it has a lot of potential, though the list of rep right now isn't particularly comprehensive. Is the person who runs it open to rep suggestions?
The best rep from a business standpoint is the stuff that gets played the most. Think Seitz, Accolay, Vivaldi. Mozart 3 is a stretch.
I know very few people around here with apple products - a lot less ubiquitous in Europe I think. Or at least in my part of it.
This seems like a base for such a thing though it is made as an iOS app:
Can you use an apple device as a phone too? I’ll have to start doing that.
Susan, yes he is. Will send you his email through IG. App was recommended to us by Soovin Kim.
Sorry, didn't mean to clog the forum with 3 identical posts.
It’s very easy to do..
Because of COVID, we find ourselves relying on these apps fo performing
Lydia, let me explain. I regarded Your professional activity on web technologies when you wrote about that a few years ago.
Well. Someone's been smoking again.