We believe in the power of music and that’s why we’re building a mobile app to help musicians learn faster while having more fun.
Music teachers say quality of practice is the defining factor in success – but almost nobody is practicing efficiently. Modacity changes that by combining spaced repetition, flow states, smart organization, and social dynamics to help musicians practice more effectively.
We’re musicians and music enthusiasts who recognized the lack in a good practice tool. One that not only keeps you organized, but helps you focus, tracks your progress, and even provides a resource to get advice.
We created Modacity because we want everyone who decides to learn an instrument to succeed. By helping musicians be more effective at practice we’ll help you get the results you want, while keeping you encouraged and motivated to stick with it and reach those goals – however big, or small, they may be.
Marc has been practicing music for 30+ years. After applying cognitive science & computer science to French horn, Marc became an internationally touring symphony musician. His experience includes teaching and performing with thousands of musicians around the world, including the San Francisco Symphony. Modacity is a direct expression of Marc’s dedication to integrating science, music, wellness, and technology through meaningful & large scale collaborations.
Andrea is a founding team-mate at Modacity. Often referred to as the “Swiss army knife” for startups, Andrea is in charge of branding, marketing, design, and even UI/UX for the Modacity app. With a background in theatre, and a growing guitar habit supported by Modacity, Andrea is a long-time lover of the arts and creativity in general. Her career started in musical theatre and then onto martial arts before settling down in the business world in various roles including: Senior Designer, Senior Marketing Manager, Head of Brand, and Creative Director.
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