JoyTunes solves a problem for 85% of the population who "wished they had learned to play an instrument" but never got past the frustrating first steps of learning to play. We develop interactive video games controlled by regular instruments, helping children and adults to learn to play real music on real instruments. Our unique patent-pending technology dramatically increases the motivation to practice and shortens the learning process for millions of music lovers.
JoyTunes elite team includes world-renowned musicians and music educators, game developers, signal analysis experts and graphic designers. Combining the skills and creativity of our brilliant technical team with the musical direction of Yigal Kaminka, an internationally regarded award-winning musician, enables us to create extraordinary music games - ones that really help and train you in making real music with your real instrument.
"Piano Dust Buster" is the second game in the JoyTunes series, following the award-winning "Recorder Master" game for the recorder. The different game levels are actually musical lessons designed to develop a variety of important musical skills - from the production of a single note to the rhythm and timing of complete melodies. The player's motivation to learn is directly correlated with his or her motivation to beat the game.
- 90% of the people who learn to play music quit during the first year
- JoyTunes first Recorder app has tens of thousands of users and over 1,000 music teachers using it with their students
- The name JoyTunes is a combination of "Joystick" and tunes, as the tunes you play in the JoyTunes games act as the Joystick of the game.