An NYU music tech student named Tyler Bisson is about to complete his masters thesis, a circular rhythmic sequencer called the Groove Pizzaria. As the name implies, it’s based on the Groove Pizza, but it does complex polyrhythms and has a sharper, more minimalist design. It’s beautiful and awesome.
I have no idea how to raise money. (If I did, my life would be different.) But I’m passionate about making the Groove Pizza the best music learning and creation experience it can be. If someone was looking to do some philanthropy around music education, this would be a way to make a swift and measurable impact for a lot of learners, formal and informal. If you or someone you know might be interested in doing such a thing, please be in touch.