Miso Media Showcases Innovation at Democratic National Convention

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Miso Media, Inc. software developers of mobile solutions for musicians, participated in the Entrepreneurship Expo at the Democratic National Convention hosted by The Huffington Post. An invitation was extended to Miso Media to attend the expo based upon their recent growth and innovative spirit.

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Innovation is at the heart of US job creation

Miso Media, Inc. software developers of mobile solutions for musicians, participated in the Entrepreneurship Expo at the Democratic National Convention.

The Entrepreneurship Expo, hosted by Huffington Post Media Group brought together leading entrepreneurs, policy makers and media to showcase creativity, ingenuity and according to Arianna Huffington, “ a much needed sense of urgency.”

“Innovation is at the heart of US job creation” said Aviv Grill, Founder and CEO of Miso Media. He should know. His software company has not only added double digit jobs in the past year, but it is creating technology that enables Music Teachers to find and teach students remotely.

Speaking to a group of policy makers, Cyndi Mitchell, start-up specialist and Vice President of Operations with Miso Media said “With a 50% decline in music programs as a consequence of diminishing budgets for the arts, music teachers need innovative ways to work. Miso Media is expanding job opportunities, and all the while providing cost savings, convenience and innovative tools for students. “

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 strobe 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.

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