We were really excited to read a recent article in The Guardian about Enote, a German startup which is working on the complex task of digitalising musical notation. This app could revolutionise music-making for classical musicians, they could have access to Centuries of sheet music in professional quality right at their fingertips…
Here’s an excerpt from the article by The Guardian:
“Classical musicians will have access to a huge library of interactive sheet music via a groundbreaking app that leading cultural figures say has the potential to revolutionise music-making.
Artificial intelligence experts working with musicologists at a Berlin startup have spent years gathering hundreds of thousands of published scores and creating digital editions of each of them.
The Enote app will give musicians the chance to interact with sheet music by instantly transposing it, switching between movements or measures, turning pages, changing the size of scores, and printing them on the go.”
You can read the article published by The Guardian in full here: ‘A gamechanger for musicians’: app offers library of interactive sheet music
You can watch a promotional video here which lays out the features of Enote below: