Never loose your note or beat again with NaadSadhana's precision visual-biofeedback and tons of free features:
NaadSadhana will listen to you, then instantly create and play music on 11 instruments automatically using artificial intelligence.
NaadSadhana (v7.0) helps you create and publish studio quality content blazingly fast.
See NaadSadhana (v 6.9) create a 10 instrument backing track in real-time, as Sandeep Ranade, the creator of NaadSadhana, sings the song "Garaj Garaj" from "Bandish Bandits".
Dr. Rucha Davalbhakta sings 5 popular western songs with NaadSadhana's Automatic Harmonizer (Violin, Piano) and Indian Drums (Tabla) to create a unique fusion.
In a new experiment to explore the pleasure a rich, interactive accompaniment gives compared to an unchanging, mechanical one, Sandeep Ranade sings a duet with himself -- "Mile Sur Mera Tuhmhara"
A new Dadra taal (Gazal flavor) introduced recently meant that an old romantic song "Neendiya Chura Le Gaye Tore Naina" could be revisited!
Version 6 of NaadSadhana was used to play 9 accompanying instruments and to record and mix the new song "Anand Barasao", which is a prayer for 2021.
After the song 'Na Corona Karo' went viral and received rave reviews by musical geniuses like Late Padma Vibhushan Sangeet Martand Pandit Jasraj, A. R. Rahman, Daler Mehndi, Adnan Sami, Shubha Mudgal and many celebrities and musicians.
They also praised the tabla, swarmandal and harmony (strings, piano) accompaniment, and many of them thought that they were played by human experts!
Dr. Anu Singh shares her experience with NaadSadhana, and how it helps her evolve as a musician even with increasing hearing loss.
NaadSadhana's vision is to help musicians of all levels, all abilities (visually impaired, hearing impaired, color blind, etc) and all cultures to practice, perform and publish their music without barriers.
Watch an interview of the creator of NaadSadhana conducted by NDTV's Gadgets 360 (May 2019)
Intelligent, Impressive and a work of genius!
Path breaking app for aspiring singers.
In a class of its own!
You need to experience it to feel it.
NaadSadhana is the sort of astonishing, future-world app that could only be created by someone with an extremely specialized, almost-impossible skill set.
Sandeep Ranade was that someone.
"Sandeep has won the Universal Design Award in the category that recognises people who work for the cause of accessibility and universal design in areas ranging from built environment, transport infrastructure, mobility & independent living aids, and assistive technology, to name a few."
"Sandeep has been recognised for designing NaadSadhana, an app that makes Indian classical music accessible to people with vision and hearing impairments. This is a first of its kind app that enables everyone, disabled and non-disabled, to train themselves in music."
December 17, 2020
Hindustan Times, City Pages, Pune
A game-changer of an app for musicians.
A game-changer of an app for musicians. You can perfect your notes, tempo, raga, taal and so on with precise audio-visual bio-feedback, score and statistics. It’s possible to get a musical dialogue going and creative juices flowing with intelligent, artistic melody, harmony and rhythm that improvise in real time...
Pune developer Sandeep Ranade’s app Naadsadhana makes classical music accessible to visually impaired people
Sandeep Ranade, a Pune-based software engineer and Hindustani classical singer has designed an app called NaadSadhana that will make Indian classical music accessible to visually impaired people. This is the first such app that enables people to train themselves in classical music and Sandeep plans to launch the accessible version in a few weeks’ time...
'NaadSadhana' iOS app created by Ranade helps recreate a live experience with tools like talented tabla and manjira, smart swarmandal, rich tanpuras and precision tuner.
The app does intense realtime processing like music detection AI, synthesizing and simulating sounds for realistic instruments, Raga creativity AI, Taal aesthetics AI, analysing music (notes, raga, phrases, layakari, volume modulation, modality, bandish, mukhada, etc)...
This Indian App Has a Magical New Feature That Every Singer Will Love.
It's not often that one comes across an app that pushes the boundaries of what is possible on a platform. It's even more rare to find this kind of an app being made in India by a solo developer. Naadsadhana is one such app and it's been developed by Pune-based computer scientist and classical musician Sandeep Ranade. ...
In a Nation of Android Users, Why These Developers Are All in on Apple’s iOS
I've developed for the Android platform as a hobby and it took much more effort to get things up and running there, and then I started hitting hardware/ software limitations that became a dealbreaker for my app to run on that platform,” he says. “The only platform that allows a cutting-edge app like NaadSadhana to run smoothly is iOS...
In conversation with Sandeep Ranade
"Many of the tabla phrases that the app plays were meticulously coded in from expert content, but the app also uses AI to improvise and create brand new phrases. These can often pleasantly surprise me. I’ll spontaneously appreciate the app’s creativity as if it’s one of my students creating a brand new and beautiful phrase...
NaadSadhana is pushing the limits of hardware, software, technology, artificial intelligence and music which is currently only possible on iOS devices. NaadSadhana does intense real-time processing like music detection AI, synthesizing and simulating sounds for realistic instruments, Raga creativity AI, Taal aesthetics AI, analysing music (notes, raga, phrases, layakari, volume modulation, modality, bandish, mukhada, etc), multitrack recording and mixing, and live in-ear monitoring with effects. To create liveness and responsiveness, the processing, decisions and execution of those decisions has to happen within a few milliseconds.
Unfortunately, Android suffers from high unpredictable latency (20-200 milliseconds) which makes implementing an app like NaadSadhana impossible at the current time.
With version 6 that introduces multitrack recording and mixing, in-ear monitoring and other real-time processing, devices running iOS 12 struggle and this creates a poor experience. iOS 14.2 introduces several software and hardware capabilities in machine learning, neural networks, sound analysis, realtime audio, SwiftUI and more, that make certain features impossible on earlier OS's.
Sandeep Ranade 'Naadrang' is the creator of NaadSadhana for iOS. He is a software engineer and Hindustani classical vocalist, composer and teacher.
Sandeep Ranade's homepage
NaadYoga (Yoga of Sound) is a highly optimized system of learning and practice created by Sandeep Ranade ‘Naadrang’. It systematically exercises every vocal capabilities needed to produce nuanced and powerful emotion effortlessly in any genre of music. NaadYoga compresses 8+ hours of practice time in 15 minutes.
NaadSadhana for iOS complements NaadYoga very nicely to close the feedback loop during self learning and self practice. (Learn More)
Any devices with the A11 chipset or higher will support video recording.
NaadSadhana already does 24+ tracks of simultaneous playback and recording, and runs 40+ modules of artificial intelligence that analyse music, compute responses on each instrument and then play each sound realistically. Adding HD video preview and recording in addition to all this heavy lifting is beyond the capabilities of older hardware.