Georgia Tech student from Warner Robins aims to revolutionize how we learn music

WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – One Georgia Tech senior from Warner Robins has a new idea that he says will revolutionize the way we learn how to play music.

Garrett Wade and three of his classmates have come up the “Enlighten Music Trainer.”

Here’s how it works, you can put your favorite songs in an SD card slot, and the trainer programs notes to show on LED lights on a removable sleeve, where you play them.

Garrett says it’s a much easier way to teach someone how to play their favorite tunes.

“We’ve given it to people who’ve never touched a guitar before and instead of hearing slow little notes, and slowly working their way through music, they start playing songs in just a few minutes,” Wade said. 

Garrett and his team are taking the invention to a competition in Atlanta where he’ll go up against five other groups looking to win a cash award to patent their product. There’s also a fan favorite contest where people can vote as well.

For more information visit the Inventure Prize Contest Here.

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