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Kena Opus app is now available for free download in Apple and Android app stores.
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[San Francisco, California] 01/30/2020 – Kena.ai is excited to launch the Kena Opus mobile app in the Apple app store and Google play store. Kena Opus enables real-time artificial intelligence feedback across vocals and 12 instruments. Musicians use it for real-time artificial intelligence feedback for practice sessions. As an audience, you snack on delightful musical expressions published by global musicians. Kena Opus is available for download for free!

Download Links: Apple and Android

 

The features as part of this release include the following:

  • Artificial-Intelligence based diagnostics of rhythm, intonation, and articulation.

  • Kena Library with musical expressions from practitioners across the globe across 12 genres.

  • Support for artificial intelligence analysis for 12 instruments and Vocal (Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Piano, Violin, Cello, Saxophone, Clarinet, Trumpet, Flute, Recorder, Drums)

  • Private music practice journal along with annotation and notes.

  • Unlimited Storage for music

  • Free download with no subscriptions needed.

“We are excited to launch the free mobile app versions for Apple and Android for Kena Opus. Ever since we launched the web edition last month we have acquired around 2K MAUs and growing rapidly and noticed that 69% of the traffic was mobile. Enabling artificial intelligence feedback for musicians as a mobile app made sense as a natural next step. I am even more excited about what is coming up in our next release!” states CEO and Founder Preetham Vishwanatha

Kena is creating a music neural engine based on deep neural networks and musical acoustics to enable a “music expression graph” based on the tonality, compositional architecture and the feel of the music. The idea is to use this expression graph to teach music and to compose AI-generated music closer to human composers.

For further press inquiries contact: preetham@kena.ai