Stockholm, Sweden - January 29, 2018 – Allihoopa, the world's foremost collaborative music making service, today announced a partnership with Yamaha's music-making apps TNR-i and TNR-e. TNR users can now share their beats, loops and songs on Allihoopa and collaborate with other music-makers across apps.
The original TENORI-ON hardware allowed intuitive music creation without specialized music training. Just press a button on the 16 x 16 grid and you're making music! There are even modes that let you create music simply by “drawing” on the grid. The TNR-e and TNR-i apps bring the original TENORI-ON concept to iOS and expand on it with new sounds and features.
With these new releases, available on the Apple App Store today, the TNR iOS apps make intuitive music creation social with Allihoopa. TNR iOS now allows you to collaborate with the world through the Allihoopa social network.
Yamaha TNR-i and TNR-e join a growing list of Allihoopa partners, which is composed of other like-minded companies and apps including Korg, Propellerhead, MOOG, Soundtrap, Figure, Take, and more.
Allihoopa unites everyone doing music together—wherever they are, whenever they like and however they choose. Inviting all ambitions, skills and levels of participation, Allihoopa is the only social network that connects people, music content and music apps. It is a place for “music in the making,” where people from all over the globe come together to exchange ideas, collaborate and encourage each other. Allihoopa users can freely use anything they find from the growing pool of over one million user-generated pieces. Allihoopa provides access to its platform through open APIs and software toolkits, enabling integration of any app or service. Founded in 2016, the company is based in Stockholm Sweden.