Tutti Music Player -- Play With Masters

versión en español = oprima aquí para leer sobre este nuevo tocador y los ritmos afro-cubanos gratis

Introducing the TUTTI MUSIC PLAYER : Play With Masters

Tutti Dynamics has developed an interactive music player for Mac, PC (Windows) and iPad that enables students to practice playing their instruments with master artists. The Tutti Music Player is the ultimate play-along system.

Over the last few months, classrooms at Berklee College of music and 300 high schools are using the Player to practice. Now the Player is available for the public. 

The Tutti library currently features 23 grooves created by professors from Berklee representing the important styles that have influenced contemporary music. Musicians can practice playing, improvising and arranging Afro-Cuban music as well as Rock, Funk, Jazz, Samba and many other styles.

In a special partnership with TIMBA.com, Tutti is offering Timba.com readers a complimentary introductory offer to access two free Latin grooves from the Tutti Essential Grooves collection.

Here's how to do it:
1.)  Visit: www.tuttiplayer.com
2.)  Create an account using this code: TIMBA
3.)  Download the Player onto your computer

- For Mac and PC (Windows): You will need to have Adobe AIR and Flash installed on your computer.
Links are provided here:

Adobe Air = http://get.adobe.com/air/        Adobe Flash = http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

- For iPad: click here. Only available in the US App store.

4.)  Sign into the Player
5.)  Enjoy!
6.)  Next time, just open up the local application from your computer or iPad.

Please contact support [at] @tuttidynamics [dot] com with any questions.

Tutti Music Player – play with masters – changing the way students around the world practice and play music. An interactive video music player for education and learning.

Tutti Music Player enables students to practice playing their instruments with master musicians. Students and teachers can download songs and music lessons from the world’s top performers and educators including professors from Berklee College of Music, Wynton Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Center, and many of New Orleans most respected musicians. The Tutti library also features a growing catalog of Afro-Cuban music and styles. More to come....

Michael Lazarus - Saturday, 20 April 2013, 08:39 PM