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Digital education startup Chromatik has made a strong debut in Southern California with its unique approach to learning, practicing, and performing music. The innovative learning platform has removed the need for traditional sheet music and allows instructors and students to play, record, share, and interact with music from virtually anywhere. The company has been named one of Entrepreneur Magazine's "Top 100 Brilliant Companies of 2012," and, prior to the platform being released to the public, Chromatik formed a partnership with the popular show, American Idol.
Join Matt Sandler, co-founder and CEO of Chromatik, for an inside look at the technology behind the platform, how it's currently being used to effectively teach music, and a discussion about the broader implications of technology and arts education.
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About the speaker:
Matt Sandler is the co-founder and CEO of Chromatik. Named one of Entrepreneur Magazine's "Top 100 Brilliant Companies of 2012," Chromatik is an education technology company redefining how people practice, perform, and teach music. Its web and iPad products are used by American Idol, UCLA, the Los Angeles Unified School District, and over 200 K12 programs int he Southern California area. As CEO, Matt leads the Chromatik business development and product teams, and has raised over $2M in venture funding from Learn Capital, Kapor Capital, 500 Startups, and strategic angel investors.
Prior to Chromatik, Matt was a professional saxophonist and held A&R/Programming roles at KROQ 106.7 FM and Capitol Records. Matt received a BA in Music Performance from UCLA, and was named a CA Distinguished Arts Scholar by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.