The world is increasingly online, as mobile devices enable the user to reach anyone, anywhere, anytime. AURAX is a combination of innovative MIDI technology and high quality virtual orchestral concerto libraries. The result is absolutely stunning. Many musicians dream of practicing and playing a concerto with a real orchestra that will follow their every twist and turn of tempo and interpretation. Now, instrumentalists can realize this wish. AURAX provides a flexible orchestral partnership, with the soloist in control of tempo and volume, with a quality of sound that equals the full aural experience of a fine orchestra in close wrap-around contact. With the adjustments Aurax provides, the instrumentalist can customize his or her experience in real time by “freezing” the orchestral accompaniment during solo passages, then triggering it on at the precise re-entry point required.
Contrary to other existing software, AURAX does not sound anything like that all-too-familiar MIDI monophonic orchestra of the past. It is used with the AURAX app for I-phone, I-pad or android to create an exciting, customized experience – your own orchestra at your command - for artists, for teachers, and for students.
Who would use the AURAX App?
Young students learning their first concerto or concerto movement.
Students playing a concerto in a studio, forum or master class.
Students entering a concerto competition.
Students auditioning for a university school of music or music conservatory.
Professional pianists extending and developing their concerto repertoire.
Soloists invited to play a concerto with an orchestra.
Soloists who have won a concerto competition.
Soloists who have won a major competition, with contracted concerto appearances.
Concert artists with national and international performing careers
Teachers at all levels: Intermediate and Advanced; teachers of talented middle and high school students: college, university or conservatory professors of music; artist-teachers giving master classes.
A new solution to an old problem
In the past, there was a limited program but It was clumsy to use, expensive,
could not change tempo or adjust for varied functions of practice use, or provide
full orchestral sound fidelity.
With the AURAX App, you can take the orchestra with you anywhere, in your pocket.
Easily linked with Blue Tooth speakers, computer or stereo system, the AURAX App
can accompany you in your practice room, at your lesson, in a master class, and even
in studio or forum performance.
Advantages of the AURAX
The problem for concerto soloists
You need to know and to hear the orchestral score.
After the initial note-learning process, you need to practice with the interactive
orchestra part in your ears .
In order to learn and practice with the orchestra, you have to enlist or hire a
collaborative pianist to learn and play the orchestral piano reduction.
More often than not, you have to pay the collaborative pianist for practice sessions,
dress rehearsal and performance of the concerto.
The orchestral reduction for piano can never provide the same experience as
practicing and playing the concerto with a full orchestra.
HOW TO USE
Simple 3 steps:
Download the app from app store or google play
Select the piece or composer you want
Choose the payment program that fits you best
MEET THE TEAM
Who is behind Aurax Music
Aurax Orchestra On Demand is the product of
collaboration between several people and companies:
President & CEO
Founder and CEO of one of the most successful visual arts concession operator in the travel industry, Showtime Pictures.
Dr. Paul POSNAK
Prize winning concert pianist, scholar, author and
educator. Prof. Emeritus, University of Miami Frost
School of Music.
Chief Musical Ocer
and Executive Director
Award winning pianist and composer, has two
masters degrees in piano performance, pedagogy,
and composition from University of Michigan and
in Scoring to Motion Picture Program from
University of Southern California.
One of the most successful software companies of
Europe specializing in mobile app
development and Ibeacon applications.