“This is a very exciting development that's going to touch really diverse areas of the jazz world in a very positive way,” commented Misha Brovkin the Founder of Made in New York Jazz Competition.
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 03, 2015
There are hardly two more creative spaces then the jazz world and the world of high technology. In recent exciting news the creative energy from these spaces are coming together with the Made in New York Jazz Competition joining forces with hi tech powerhouse Gismart, creators of premium music apps that are wildly positive, with over five million subscribers and millions of downloads every month.
“This is a very exciting development that's going to touch really diverse areas of the jazz world in a very positive way,” commented Misha Brovkin the Founder of Made in New York Jazz Competition. “We have always loved to experiment with new technologies and now with Made in New York Jazz and Gismart working together the stage is set for some real breakthroughs.”
Made in New York Jazz Competition is responsible for one of the most popular international jazz contests where participants submit videos of their performances online and winners come to New York City to perform at a live Jazz Gala featuring award winning international performers and jazz legends. According to the company, Made in New York Jazz and Gismart are working on a special category that will allow jazz musicians to submit their performance for the contest using the new technologies.
Some of Gismart's most popular apps have been Real Guitar, Real Piano, Real Drums, and Real Metronome. Most of the music apps have both free and paid versions, and they are all very well reviewed and respected. All the applications are available to download in the app store, google play or amazon app store!
Gismart is equally excited about the new collaboration, “We are passionate about music and are really looking forward to seeing our work with Made in New York Jazz Competition and festival blossom. It's a win/win for both of our companies and an absolute pleasure to work with these amazing jazz forward thinkers.”