WeVu for Music
Practice and Performance Feedback
plus Video Auditions
WeVu for Music
Video Auditions & Performance Feedback
WeVu is Built for Music Education
WeVu has been a remarkable asset in my conducting classroom! The students are able to dive in deeply to assess every detail of their conducting technique and comment on it in a very specific way. As their teacher, the ability to ask direct questions and give specific feedback is invaluable!
I think WeVu is a really good device, especially for learning conducting. I am glad my professor decided to use this system. THANK YOU very much for designing and bringing this interface to university learning!
It is a great tool, especially in situations when there is no time for talk.
This is a fantastic way for students to review their own playing and for professors to give highly specific feedback.
See students practice and give feedback anywhere, anytime
Music schools’ current mix of paper and in-person feedback isn’t efficient anymore. Now that everyone has a high-quality recording device and we can share video and audio so effectively, it’s time to go digital.
Students expect more
WeVu breaks the barriers of time and space for practice and feedback.
Think of the flexibility for faculty, students, and the school.
Check out the UBC Concert Band discussing a rehearsal in this video.
All those comments that pop up were made after the rehearsal over the next 48 hours as the students reviewed the video on their own time.
WeVu is also perfect for admissions and video auditions
See how, in our 90 second video
Click the Discuss This Video button to open this video in WeVu and try making comments on it.
Schools need video auditions, but without an online tool that’s purpose-built for video applications, it can be a logistical nightmare for administrators and faculty.
WeVu.video streamlines your application process by collecting students' videos, transcripts, and recommendations and centralizing them in a secure online hub. The applications can be shared to groups of just the right faculty members who can easily comment on the auditions and score them.