The NAMM 2019 was everything a musician can dream of and more. The National Association of Music Merchants convened for it’s annual conference in Anaheim, California January 24-27th 2019 attracting musicians, artisans, merchants and music dealers of every facet and from every region of the world.
From instruments and accessories, to state of the art staging and lighting effects, the NAMM had it all. The lure of this event was irresistible, and this EURweb reporter was thrust into a musical wonderland.
It would be hard to determine the most remarkable elements of the experience but there are two that we are extremely pleased to highlight. Melody Khair is the Founder and CEO of music.iLuv, along with Moji Ghodousi. MusiciLuv is a new augmented reality social musical platform for future artists.
We spoke with Melody about her new product, which allows kids to learn and practice with live feedback, as well as record a song, an album or video in a live interactive environment via the musiciluv app.
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music.iLuv was picked as one of six coolest music-meets-tech gadgets from NAMM 2019, from $1.2M strap to foldable guitar
"Jam with cartoon buddies
—Kids can jam with imaginary friends on music.ILuv. The augmented reality app, introduced at NAMM, looks to get kids more excited by bringing in cartoon jamming mates. "I wanted to give kids a social environment to collaborate with one another," says music.ILuv founder Melody Khair. The app is free, but there are in-app purchases to buy songs and animated characters. "
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music.iLuv launched its new app that makes music in an Augmented Reality (AR) environment at the NAMM Show Music Conference (BOOTH: 10100) in Anaheim.
It just won, Best Tool for schools - "Most innovative Teaching Tool," by Band and Orchestra Magazine, and will receive the award today!
The groundbreaking AR social musical app is comprehensive for kids or adults to learn music and stay in music, which allows them to share videos of that with their friends. The app solves the lack-of-focus problem plaguing digital-age kids when it comes to any subjects they find hard and requires a lot of practice, including music.
About the magazine: "For over 20 years, School Band & Orchestra Magazine has been honoring amazing music educators from all 50 states. That's more than 1000 educators recognized for their outstanding contributions to music education programs!"
Music.iLuv Launches Augmented-Reality Social Musical Platform that Focuses On the Next-Generation Artists
New App Engages Users to Increase Creativity and Problem-Solving Skills while Learning How to Create Practice and Play Music in engaging and collaborative AR environment
SAN JOSE, CA — January 23, 2019 — Music.iLuv, the brainchild of powerhouse female entrepreneurs, Melody Khair and Moji Ghodousi, announces the launch of its new mobile augmented-reality (AR) social musical application that enhances kids’ learning, creativity, problem-solving skills, musicality, and real-life interactions. Usable on an iPad and iPhone, Music.iLuv is a next generation music application for future artists to create, practice and play music in a fun, engaging, collaborative, and affordable AR environment. Invented by Khair, CEO of Music.iLuv, who co-developed the Music.iLuv app with Moji Ghodousi, Music.iLuv COO, this exciting new digital experience comes from a passion for music and children—will be showcased at the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Show in Anaheim, Jan. 24-27, 2019, Booth 10100.
music.iLuv, the Augmented Reality social musical platform from eBibelot Inc. is featured in The OC newspaper as TOP 5 INNOVATIONS TO CHECK OUT AT NAMM SHOW 2019. Checkout our brand new product at NAMM 2019 Show booth 10100 Jan 24-27 Anaheim Convention Center. #NAMM2019 #NAMMshow #augmentedreality #musicality #innovation #artificialintelligence, Read More ...
We are very excited to announce that the National Science Foundation (NSF) selected music.iLuv as a recipient of their prestigious SBIR Phase 1 Grant.
NSF funds cutting-edge innovation projects that can have major technological or social impacts in the United States. They identified our research and development in the areas of augmented reality, conversational artificial intelligence, and music pitch detection as having a potential positive impact on access to education and learning at home.