Posted on Monday, July 29th, 2013 by Franckie Echeverria
Jellynote is a social network for musicians and a forum where artists can upload and share original compositions and covers while learning to play music.
From Arctic Monkeys to Zebrehead, Jellynote users can find covers of many different songs. Explore the website and music, invite friends, and even upload original material. Jellynote provides unlimited access to a large music score catalog. It is available for web browsers, iPad, iPhone, and Android. The platform is appealing and relatively easy to navigate and everything you need is in one place and simple to locate.
Jellynote was created because musicians world wide recognized a problem. There were insufficient resources for musicians to learn on their own. The constant struggle to find the help seemed a lost cause. Now that Jellynote has surfaced, the problems are certainly mitigated. Jellynote is fully optimized by search engines due to the reality that most people download covers that way. With the use of a freemium business model, Jellynote, for a small monthly fee, provides its users access to an array of opportunities and tools for music learning and discovery.
If you are playing a song, Jellynote will listen to you and give you direct feedback in real time which makes music learning easier. Jellynote uses the latest HTML5 technologies to play the sheet music and is on almost all the modern browsers, although the sound is good only on Chrome and Chromium. Get inspiration by seeing how other musicians perform and start learning yourself!