Yousician is the largest music educator in the world, and with over 25 million users. It develops high-tech musical instrument learning software (web and mobile app) that gives users real-time feedback on how they play. Currently Yousician is available for Guitar and Piano.
The company has developed 4 award winning products, and was chosen WIRED magazines #1 hottest startup in Finland.
Yousician’s cutting edge audio technology can listen to any real acoustic or electric guitar without the use of additional equipment. The service combines the addictive features of computer games with guitar exercises to make the learning process easy, fun and motivating.
Yousician also develops the worlds #1 guitar tuner app Guitar Tuna (iOS, Android, WP) and has won numerous international business awards including WIRED’s hottest Finnish start-up, SXSW, Midem, Launch.edu, and educational awards such as Sunday Times 'Worlds best apps' or Best European Learning Game. Yousician believes that musicality can and should be as commonplace as literacy today, and it is the company’s declared mission to achieve this.
Funding Rounds (1) - $1.4MUpdate
Current Team (5)Update
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Helsinki, Southern Finland