- Duolingo is developing a music app to teach users basic concepts in music theory using popular songs.
- The company posted a job listing for a learning scientist for music and a freelance music composition and curricular consultant.
- Duolingo been expanding beyond the bounds of language learning and literacy with its recent launch of Duolingo Math.
Language learning app Duolingo is working on a music app that is supposed to teach fundamentals of music theory.
In a report by TechCrunch, the media outlet revealed that the company posted a job listing for a learning scientist for music and a freelance music composition and curricular consultant. At the time of publishing this article, it seems Duolingo had filled the vacancy for the consultancy job.
Meanwhile, it was still searching for the learning scientist that can ‘combine both theoretical knowledge of relevant learning science research and hands-on teaching experience.’ The goal could be to teach users basic concepts in music theory by using popular songs, as the job listings descriptions show.
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It is not surprising that Duolingo is venturing into music learning field has it has grown beyond the language learning app it broke out as some years ago.
More recently, the company launched a subscription tier called Duolingo Max which give users access to improved learning technology powered by GPT-4 at the cost of $29.99 per month or $167.99 per year.
The new subscription plan comes with features like Roleplay, which lets users chat with different characters in real-world scenarios, and Explain My Answer, which provides more insight into their response in a lesson.
In past years, we have seen the company release products like Duolingo Math as well, which is quite different from all other products because they still had language learning and literacy roots like The Duolingo English Test of 2014 and Duolingo ABC of 2020.
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