If your answer is yes, integrate Do Re Mi into your software. This technology will make your software more appealling to your audience. With this technology, your software can do what an instrument with DoReMi+ can do. Not only that, you can extend DoReMi+ on any MIDI track, or even on a multiple of tracks.
If you currently have a software product for electric guitars, we have good news for you. Although a guitar can be equipped with a MIDI interface, it is rather expensive and a bit more challenging. We are planning to incorporate a device/software, which converts guitar audio input to MIDI signals, for such applications. It only works for a solo passage, but it does not require additional hardware. This will follow the successful introduction of DoReMi+.
We are here to license this technology for a wide variety of audiences, such as music instruments manufacturers and music software developers. If you are interested in learning this technology, please contact us at email@example.com. We can do a live demonstration in San Francisco vicinity, or over the Internet demonstration if you are far from us.
DoReMi+ can support both Fixed Do and Movable Do Systems. Regardsless of your choice, it simply works.
It can be remotely controlled. It is handy for class room settings especially if you are using Movable Do System. Your new key can be set for all the keyboards in the classroom with a click of a button.
DoReMi+ is based on 12 Note Solfege, which is a set of phonetic codes of music. It is a subset of conventional Solfege. Nothing is wasted if you teach Solfege. Unless you tackle complicated songs, DoReMi+ feels just like home.
You will immediately notice the benefit of using DoReMi+ equipped keyboards. Your students start paying attention to every note they play. Isn't that what you want your students to do?