Music tastes and education preferences are so diverse, that no one company can realistically offer the breadth of content that would do justice to this diversity. Yousician started to attract an ever wider range of users with different skills, music tastes and learning preferences. Soon the team had difficulties catering suitable content to all their needs. Furthermore, many users, especially teachers and up-and-coming artists wanted to make their own content available on Yousician for their students or fans to play.
Thus, Yousician gradually opened up the platform and introduced features that allow the community to shape the content themselves. Users now can upload or create their own songs and exercises, create playlists and share them with other users. While the team continues to produce content specifically designed for users to learn, a lot of content available on the platform today is created by users for users. As of today, the community has created and uploaded well over 20’000 exercises, with hundreds added every day. There is almost certainly something for everyone, and if not, go ahead and create something yourself and share your musical creation with the world.