WHAT IS NEWZIK?
Newzik is a collaborative music reader for iPad that offers a brand new and optimized way for musicians to rehearse and perform music live.
Enjoy revolutionary collaboration tools and make the most of the smartest way to manage, edit and play all of your digital music scores!
WHO IS NEWZIK FOR?
Import all your scores to Newzik to build your personal digital library.
Annotate your scores, add audio tracks and turn your pages with a Bluetooth foot pedal.
BANDS & ENSEMBLES
Control your band members’ screens which are all connected together.
Always be at the right page on the right song to save time in rehearsals and on stage!
Access other musicians’ parts on your own screen to help you follow the rehearsal.
Use collaborative setlists and share your annotations in real time.
Connect your iPad to a big screen and have your entire class follow along.
Enjoy our collaborative features to monitor your students and perform with your youth orchestra.
Manage all your lessons, organize them in one place according to date and difficulty.
Watch your teacher’s videos that are synchronized with your score to help you practicing your instrument.
Collaborate with your clients on a shared setlist.
Instantaneously send and receive all the updates without any printings. Save time, save energy!
Amazing customer service
“Newzik is the easiest app to navigate. Customer service is A+ and the app is just perfect for my needs. Can’t live without it!”
“It’s nice to have all your sheet music all in one spot. You can also add an MP3 to a score to listen to it as you follow along. Very useful app”
Love the cloud system
“The app is very powerful, I really enjoy the cloud that allows me to access my files on both of my devices from everywhere without being scared of losing them!”
Best repertoire management
“I can now easily bring copies of my entire repertoire to my shows, create setlists and use the Bluetooth page-turning functionality. I couldn’t recommend this app enough. Great!”
Finally a collaboration tool
“Perfect app to collaborate and interact with my Ensemble by sharing our annotations!”