Events like this one, give us a chance to showcase our business, and build relationships within our community
Venice, CA (PRWEB) September 01, 2012
Miso Media, Inc. software developers of mobile solutions for musicians, hosted the Official After Party for the TechZulu Tech Crawl, networking nearly 400 technology developers, designers and entrepreneurs with startups, accelerators and incubators in Venice, California, last evening. Venice, dubbed “Silicon Beach”, attracts technology companies for it’s trendy beach lifestyle, business resources and most importantly, access to top talent.
“Events like this one, give us a chance to showcase our business, and build relationships within our community” said Aviv Grill, Founder and CEO, Miso Media. “It’s important for recruiting, and creating strategic partnerships with those who share our vision.”
The After Party reflected the spirit of the tech community in Venice. Young, well-dressed professionals danced to Miso Media’s in-house band, enjoyed finger foods from Dry Tour Wine and Bar, dined from a local Greek food truck, Cairo Cowboy, and imbibed on Just Chill, and Miso Cocktails.
Cyndi Mitchell, Vice President of Operations said, “We selectively hire the most talented designers, engineers, and music engravers. We’re intent on not only leading innovation for music students, teachers and professional musicians but also deeply investing in bridging the digital divide for socio-economically disadvantaged students. Miso Media is assuming the mantle for elevating music education in our community and beyond. “
Miso Media’s patented technology for polyphonic pitch detection and real-time feedback revolutionizes the way music is learned, practiced and performed. Featured on Shark Tank, and winner of Tech Crunch Disrupt SF’s 2010 People’s Choice Award, Miso Media is developer of the popular Miso Strobe Tuner, the original mobile tuner that sells for a fraction of the cost of expensive mechanical tuners; Plectrum, the software that teaches guitar, and other real or virtual stringed instruments like ukulele, bass, banjo and mandolin; and Sonata, an immersive software for digital sheet music, scheduled for release in Spring 2013.