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Who is Cyborg Llama for?

any musician, any ensemble; any teacher, any student

Practice

 

isolate tough spots in your ensemble music to record and evaluate yourself over and over

Collaborate

 

record alongside colleagues, then export synced combined videos as a complete virtual ensemble

Educate

 

send students "play-along" or duet tracks (or both!) to record alongside

 
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Your Virtual Ensemble Maker and Rehearsal Tool

 

Cyborg Llama is a web app for asynchronous music-making.

✅ Use it for yourself, with colleagues, or your students.

✅ Make a virtual ensemble up to 200 people without any editing.

✅ Customize a click-track with tempo changes and ritards and accelerandos.

✅ Drill tricky passages in your sonata, ensemble, or solo music.

✅ Play and record alongside professional pianists from our audio repertoire library.

 
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How Does it Work?

 

Cyborg Llama is available on the Chrome or Firefox web browsers for anyone with a Google Account.

 

   Compatible with any internet-connected device

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    Personal data stored on your Google Drive, and  shared only with your collaborators 

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What Does it Cost?

 

Cyborg Llama is FREE to use the free version.

Pricing for the subscription version starts at $5/month ($55/year):

For a full listing of all subscription levels and pricing, as well as examples of how pricing works, go HERE.


Tell me more!

Ready to try it yourself?
 

demo of performance
 
excerpt from an arrangement of Ode to Joy (arr. Manookian/Arnhold)
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Schubert Cello Quintet, mvt 2
 
 

 
Who We Are

 

We are the brother/sister creators of Cyborg Llama.

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the USA in March 2020, Joelle needed to find a way to move her youth orchestras online.  Finding no satisfactory option that would continue to support young musicians in ensemble-skill acquisition, she complained to Garrett. 

Garrett made Cyborg Llama.

Since then, not only have Joelle's orchestras (ages 6-14) used CL to learn and prepare ensemble repertoire, but also conservatory students, university faculty, freelance musicians, and members of professional orchestras have used Cyborg Llama to make music. 

Joelle is a violist and teacher who lives with a hermit crab in Maryland.  Garrett is a developer and lives in Washington with two cats.

What People are Saying

Cyborg Llama is easy, efficient, fun, and rewarding:

"I think it's really fun to get to be in an orchestra[...]and be able to use an app like this to make it easier! I also love playing my viola with other people"

CK, student

"Cyborg Llama is awesome! It's super easy to use and my kid really likes being able to play along with the teacher track. When it's time for him to make his own recording, he can have as many tries as he likes. As a parent, I love that I don't have to be involved in his practice/recording--he's 8 and can do it 100% on his own. Yay!"

"Cyborg Llama is an intuitive learning tool which my 12 year old finds easy to use. The practice mode allows her to keep trying until she perfects the piece. The individual mode gives her the opportunity to record and playback the music and evaluate how it blends with the other pre-recorded work. Overall an excellent tool for all musicians."

SV, parent

"Recording and remote collaborating is quick and easy!"

"I think Cyborg Llama is super easy to use. You can listen back to yourself in Practice Mode and easily correct your mistakes.  It sounds awesome when everything is put together and it's super fun"

Mark Janello, faculty Peabody Conservatory

SK, student

"This app makes remote collaboration easy and accessible. It also works seamlessly with external microphones so that you can easily use the app for casual and professional projects alike."

The app was thoughtfully designed with ensemble musicians in mind, but can easily be used for individual projects and as a practice tool.

Gavon Peck, freelance violist