Weezic provides classical musicians with a valuable resource. The website is a haven for music lovers. Rather than search for sheet music from other less reliable sources, the user can find it right on Weezic, along with separate scores for each instrument. Weezic also provides users with an accompaniment track that they can practice along with. The user can get more out of their practice sessions by actually playing along with other instruments. The application provides accompaniments for each instrument. Weezic includes a social element as well. The user can share their interpretations and receive advice or listen to the interpretations of others. The website also includes a forum for the user community.Show more screenshots »
Weezic was founded in May of 2011 by Nicolas Arbogast and Gregory Dell’Era. Based out of Paris, France, the application was intended to enrich the way musicians practice and enjoy their music. Weezic is currently available in French and English languages. The site is still in beta, so future additions or changes may be on the horizon.
Weezic offers a very unique service for musicians. The focus is on classical music, and the application provides a number of ways for users to improve their skills and enjoy this type of music. Weezic provides informational resources, such as advice, user forums and sheet music as well as other helpful tools including accompaniment tracks sorted by instrument. The application is still in beta, but shows a great deal of promise by providing a number of unique features musicians can really appreciate.
The Weezic website invites users with a bold black and bright blue color scheme. The overall design is well organized, with plenty of spacing and easy to understand buttons. As soon as a new user arrives on the homepage, they are greeted by the large search bar that enables them to browse the site by work, composer or instrument. Three buttons on the bottom of the bar also help the user navigate to the playable MP3 accompaniments, free sheet music and interpretations area.
A new user can join the Weezic community by clicking the bright blue “Become a Weezician now, it’s free!” button along the right hand side of the homepage. A sleek pop up box appears with the registration form. The form requires an email address and password. A short list of membership features is presented at the bottom along with a note that Weezic will not provide third party’s with the user’s information. After filling out the form, the user can click the blue “sign up” button at the bottom to finish registration.
The current price of Weezic makes it even more appealing for musicians, both casual and expert. Anyone can visit the website and use the current features for free. There are no subscription fees or other charges. The user can locate and print sheet music, listen to accompaniments or record and share interpretations. It is important to note that the application is currently in a beta test version. There may be a fee added later when Weezic officially launches.
Weezic is a website intended entirely for musicians, specifically classical musicians. Users can find sheet music, accompaniment tracks and interact with others who have a similar passion for classical music. The website is ideal for musicians of all skill levels.