MusiClock is one of my favourite apps. I use it in my lessons to make scales more interesting and to provide backing tracks for improvisations. I’m delighted to have its creator on the show today, Perttu Pölönen.
Not only has Perttu created this fantastic app (at only 24!) he’s also working on a whole method with physical manipulatives, the app is just one component.
I found this interview inspiring and fascinating as we dove into Perttu’s mission and the story behind MusiClock. I hope you enjoy it too.
If you’d like to download a PDF transcript of this episode, please click below.
In this episode, you’ll learn
- Where the idea for MusiClock came from
- How the app fits in with Perttu’s method
- The team behind MusiClock’s development
- What Perttu wants to achieve with his method
- Why he believes in opening up music theory
- How MusiClock makes improvisation simpler
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Have you used MusiClock?
What did you like most about this app? Did any part of Perttu’s story suprise you?