Samuel Walder, University of Illinois graduate and founder of the startup Trala, was featured on this week’s Wired-In column. Trala is an app that helps violin and viola players learn music faster with fewer errors by tracking practice time and providing feedback by providing sheet music and providing instant feedback to the musicians after they are done playing.
In April, Trala took home $15,000 after beating out other startups at the 17th annual Cozad New Venture Competition. Trala works with professional musicians in order to cater to the needs of musicians and bring the best product the fruitition. The app is also in the process of catering to other types of instruments.
Read the full interview here.