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Pop music is getting faster and happier! 🎶❤️🎶 The average tempo of 2020’s top 20 best-selling songs is a pulse-quickening 122 beats per minute. That’s the highest it’s been since 2009.

Big Ear Games brings the sound of music education to children – Venture Beat

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Big Ear Games brings the sound of music education to children

Nordic Education in Corona Crises Times – Big Ear Games is on board

Solutions for remote learning from top education countries

Parentology: The synergy of gaming and music education.


“…the synergy of gaming and music education certainly serves as a tool for engagement and reinforcement of basic music principles.”

2nd Place – Big Indie Pitch – Shanghai 2018

IMG_5870Honored to receive the Second Place in the Big Indie Pitch competition in Shanghai, China Joy 2018! Big Ear Games will keep on upgrading the way people are interacting with and creating music!
Launching Soon. Stay Tuned! Literally 🙂

Indian Youngsters play BigEar in Happy Cities Summit 2018

Music expression is so rich in India, and Big Ear Games is bringing yet a new way of playing and learning music to the sub continent! At the Happy Cities Summit 2018 in Amaravati, Andhra Pradesh, we shared the Finnish educational and Fun Learning values with our Indian friends, as we both believe that better learning experience leads to happiness.
Thank you, Chief Minister Naidu (in photo below) and Peter Vesterbacka.IMG_5313

#  #chiefministerofandhrapradesh #petervesterbacka #BigEarGames


Big Ear Games celebrate music making with Google and the rest of the world â¤ï¸

Screen Shot 2017-07-06 at 13.13.18.pngMusic Making ala Google

Darwin on Music, Love and Language

“before acquiring the power of expressing their mutual love in articulate language, [men and women] endeavored to charm each other with musical notes and rhythm.”   –  Darwin

Read:   Music Really Is the World’s Universal Language

Pitch, Timing and Timbre in Music and Language Processing

Listen up: From Mozart to Mr. Rogers: Literacy, Music and the Brain

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