Taal :UI UX Project: A mobile app for the connoisseurs of Indian Classical Music
The UI UX project done by our Final Year Graphic Design student, Rohit Kshirsagar focusses on a Mobile App named Taal, exclusively dedicated to the connoisseurs of Indian Classical Music. Taal is visualized and designed keeping in mind the core elements & principles of UX Design, Its aim is to widen the marketplace for Indian Classical music and to provide a platform for the music artists and also to provide an unique experience to the listeners or app users.
Brief Description of the app: Taal is an app designed to stream Indian classical music, which helps the fading away musical tradition and heritage to rise again in this generation. It has the premium cult classics of the various famous artists from India. It helps the newcomer artists to upload their classical music, show their skills and gain popularity. It also helps them to earn through this app by reaching a number of followers.
Indian classical music is the classical music of the Indian subcontinent. It has two major traditions: the North Indian classical music known as Hindustani and the South Indian expression known as Carnatic. These Traditions were not distinct until about the 15th century. During the period of Mughal rule of the Indian subcontinent, the traditions separated and evolved into distinct forms.
Hindustani music emphasizes improvisation and exploration of all aspects of a raga, while Carnatic performances tend to be short composition-based. However, the two systems continue to have more common features than differences.
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