Miso Media App

Miso Media on Shark Tank Show

Instrument Learning Apps - Season 3 Episode 309 - Update
 
Inventor of the Miso Media App for music
Aviv Grill on the Shark Tank Show
Miso Media Music on Shark Tank
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Misco Media Music
 So you want to learn how to play a new instrument? Yep, there really is an App for that! Not just any App. but one that will have you playing like a Pro in no time. The Miso Media App is like playing Guitar Hero anywhere at any time you want, with a lot more song choices to choose from. This is really one cool way to learn how to play a variety of instruments using your iPhone, iPod or iPad. What kinds of instruments can you play with a Miso Media App? What started out as an App to learn how to play the guitar has expanded now into several other instruments, song's and sheet music when playing a real musical instrument.

Miso Media before the Shark Tank Show

Aviv Grill is the Inventor of Miso Music and is not stranger to success. His invention Won the Audience Choice Award at Tech Crunch Disrupt in September 2010. Later that same year Grill received $600k in seed money led by Google Ventures
to further develop this educational software and expand on the list of songs available to play. In 2011 Miso Music raised an additional $2.4 million in a round of funding led by Mind Fund out of Hong Kong. Grill has also received investment capital from Start up 500 and Justin Timberlake to name just a few more investor's.

Music App on the Shark Tank ShowMiso Media on the Shark Tank Show

 Few people going in the Shark Tank have the credentials that Aviv possessed. Having Google as an early stage investor in your business looks very impressive in any one's book, especially Angel Investors before the company really takes off. Grill was asking $300k investment for a 5% stake in the business valuing the music app business at $6 million. At the time, Grill said there have already been over 80,000 free downloads from the iTunes Store. The marketing strategy was very similar in how John Mcafee made millions on giving away free software. By giving away the free music playing app, they could charge the customer for adding new songs and sheet music to their play list in the future.
 As good as everything sounds, the Sharks start dropping like flies. Daymond John smells something fishy and goes out first. Barbara Corcoran is still having nightmare's from the Dot Com Bubble and wants no part in the virtual music business. Robert Herjevic might be interested but does not like the premium the companies value currently has and offers $300k for a 10% stake. Mark Cuban offers the same deal but for 8% of the business. Kevin O'Leary, known for his music playing abilities, wants to partner up with Mark Cuban but Mark does not need Kevin in on this deal. In the end Grill makes a deal with Cuban for 8% of Miso Media.

Miso Media after Shark Tank Update


As you can imagine iTune's lit up the night episode 309 aired and hundred's of thousands of the Miso Media Apps have been downloaded since. They have completed several updates as the Apps keep getting that much better as this technology continues to develop. Did you know they also make a guitar pick that is called the iPic?

Think about that question for a second. Yes, virtual music in many form's is here to stay. Our kid's will wonder how anyone ever learned to play a musical instrument without the help of their smart phone.

Miso Media offers 3 Apps along with a new program that puts music teacher's in touch with student's.
Seen on the Shark Tank Season 3 episode 309
New Miso Musical Apps
The original App, The Miso Music, has several instruments built in for you to learn including the guitar, ukulele, bass guitar, banjo, tenor banjo and the mandolin. The harder songs even come with a video that will  help teach you along the way. The song collection is now into the thousand's of artist's to choose from and if they do not already have it, you can request that song to be added. Love the App but would prefer to play songs on your own instrument instead of your iPod? Then you might be interested in the New Instrument Adopter specifically made for the Miso Music App.
Miso Strobe Tuner is the perfect App to tune your musical instruments with. Whether it's your guitar that's a little out of tune or even a drum set, the Miso Strobe Tuner can get it just right. Great Reviews on iTunes.
Miso Sonata Sheet Music will be available shortly later this year. If the Music App can teach you how to play just about any song you can think of in a virtual world, then the Miso Sonata can show you how to play a real instrument with the sheet music provided. THIS will be a Big Hit and a huge money maker in the future for the company! Look for Miso Media to take over the musical industry one Musical App at a time.

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7 comments:

  1. I have seen this episode and loved the idea. There is no greater past-time in the world then knowing how to play an instrument.

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  2. Anonymous6:51 PM

    App is no longer available on the app store, website hasn't been updated in a year and a half, and they haven't posted to their Facebook page in nearly a year. This thing is dead. Sorry, Cuban.

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  3. Anonymous7:06 PM

    This only works for people with apple products it excludes a large market share

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  4. Anonymous10:50 PM

    I have apple products.... It says not available. All sites still have not been updated. Too bad....I could have been a customer.

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  5. Anonymous11:58 PM

    It says that it's is not available in US does anyone know what happened my guess is it was sold to someone overseas and is now out of the US app store :(

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  6. Anonymous10:03 AM

    http://www.inc.com/chris-beier/aviv-grill-miso-media-shark-tank-out-of-money.html

    Company out of business.

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  7. dumb its the same as GarageBand only in an app Google got in as they don't have anything to compete with apple but it was no an investment to make money as more to strengthen they infrastructure

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