Smule raises more cash . . .

The NY Times reported that the music technology company, Smule, has raised an additional 8 million dollars to support new development projects. Their instrument apps, Ocarina and Leaf Trombone are two of my favorite music performance apps on the market. Read the article at http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/12/16/smule-raises-cash-to-expand-its-musical-app-lineup/?ref=technology

 

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<p class="authorbio"><a href="file:///D:/files/2009Feb/Marcjacoby.jpg"><img alt="Marc Jacoby" hspace="4" width="150" align="left" border="0" src="/files/2009Feb/Thumbs/Marcjacoby.jpg" /></a>Marc Jacoby is an Assistant Professor of Music at West Chester University of Pennsylvania where he teaches in the Music Education and Applied Music programs. He is also a Flash and Director developer of music education software and games, a certified Apple Pro Apps Trainer, and treasurer and an instructor for TI:ME (The Technology Institute for Music Educators). You can contact Marc at mjacoby@wcupa.edu.</p>