Startup Dodeka rethinks the keyboard… and music notation
Posted on: 15 août 2017, by : Stuart Dredge

Swiss firm Dodeka is one of the startups exploring music edtech with a mixture of hardware and software. And in this case, with a new form of music notation too.
Founded by father-and-son team Jacques-Daniel Rochat and Josua Rochat, the company started with the idea of making it easier to learn music through notation that uses a four-line stave, the chromatic scale of 12 notes, and no flat or sharp signs.
“The motivation was to find a more intuitive and easier way to play music, and to make it more accessible to everyone,” Josua tells Music Ally. “We are not trying to change the current system of music notation. We are just trying to offer an alternative that is easier for people.”
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Source: Music ally

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