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Hyperscore: A new way to compose music

A project in Waltham, MA by June Kinoshita

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Invented at the MIT Media Lab, Hyperscore enables anyone to compose original music via an intuitive graphic interface powered by AI
Backers: 88
Average Pledge Per Backer: $146

Funded: $12,879 of $10,000
Dates: Oct 16th -> Nov 14th (30 days)
Project By: June Kinoshita
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Latest News

Healing and building communities through music

November 14th - via:
We're reaching out with urgency because our Kickstarter campaign ends at midnight tonight. The funds we are raising will help make Hyperscore for the Web broadly accessible to teachers, kids, and the general public. Your support has a profound... (Read More)

Rocking out with Hyperscore

November 6th - via:
Many Hyperscore projects have involved young children composing music that is later performed by a symphony orchestra, but the system is genre-independent. Kids have composed all kinds of music. Here's a rock song written by a 12-year-old boy in... (Read More)

We've crossed the halfway point!

October 29th - via:
We're halfway to our funding goal! A huge thank you to all of you who helped us come this far. We’ve been asked if the Hyperscore license that you will receive as a backer can be gifted, and the answer is YES. You can provide the license to a... (Read More)

What a great start! We're now a Kickstarter #ProjectWeLove!

October 19th - via:
Heartfelt thanks to our early supporters. Because of them, we've already raised 42% toward our goal. And Kickstarter has selected us a #ProjectWeLove! Please keep spreading the word. By backing our project, you are helping to put this wonderful tool... (Read More)

Educational composition app Hyperscore launches a Kickstarter

October 18th - via:
Developed by a team at the M.I.T. Media Laboratory, it’s a web app designed to run across desktop and laptop computers as well as other devices, with a primary use of teaching children about music composition in schools. (Read More)

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