Today we talk with Chris Liscio of SuperMegaUltraGrovy (SMUG), makers of Capo, an app that helps you learn to play music. Today we start a discussion that has been three years in the making about SMUG’s different approach to transitioning to subscriptions. In this episode, we open our discussion with a little bit of background: What Capo is, how machine learning is used to detect chords within Capo, and Chris’ development process.
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