Music Teacher Map solves the problem of how to find a music teacher. Music Teacher Map and musicDNA are working together to empower and enrich the world's community of musicians.
Who did what where when?musicDNA
lets you find out more about the music you like and helps you discover new things to listen to.
It is an index of musicians - composers, performers, bands, artists, producers - their music, and the events that
link them with you the listener. You can sign up here
to be one of the first to use it when it's available.
Our music player app musicGPS
was rated No.2 in The Guardian's "top five of music 2.0"
- it's currently available as a free download
for iPhone and iPod touch (iOS 3.0+) from the iPhone App Store.
Love music facts and trivia?
musicDNA needs help from people who know a lot about music - people who know who did what, when and where. If that's you
we'd love you to share your knowledge with us. Sign up now and put yourself in the musicDNA universe, then let us know
who you're passionate about and we'll let you know how you can help. Be the first to tell us about your favourite music and
musicians and get your name recorded against the information.
If you play in a band, make tracks or write symphonies, run a label or a publishing house then you can use musicDNA to map all
your musical activity. You can share this on an event by event basis so you can keep some stuff private while pushing public
data to your fans and customers. You can attach webpages, graphics, audio (in fact anything with a URL) to any topic in the index,
letting you build a browseable index of your catalogue, gig listings and track downloads.