Rafael Hernandez is a self-described composer, teacher, and nerd. Bringing all three together, Rafael has created analog and digital products for music and music education including the harmony card game called IV-V-I, the MusicEd typeface, and Simple Solfège, an app for iOS and Android that incorporates melodies into a memory game for mobile devices. Under the moniker "cheetomoskeeto," Rafael has published on YouTube over 250 training videos in musical and interactive software of all types. Holding a Doctor of Music degree from Indiana University, Rafael is a tenured professor of music and multimedia at California State University, East Bay, where he directs the Multimedia Graduate Program.
Shows how to create native iOS and Android applications from a single codebase with the open-source platform Titanium.
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