Digitalization of classical music

We create digital products for musicians

Better Scores, Better Musicians

Our slogan “Better Scores, Better Musicians” summarizes our collaborative philosophy and aims to contribute world-wide.

We want to meet all the wishes of millions of people, and future generations, offering a technology that helps them improve their skills and contributes to their experiences with classical music.


Transform the way in which professionals and the general public approach classical music.



Develop technological tools to improve music education.


Transmit knowledge and design accessible products for musicians from all over the world.

Made by musicians for musicians

No one better than musicians to help them and other musicians in their lives.

We have the close collaboration of musicians from different areas of the music industry: students, professors, professionals and personalities of great recognition. Along with the design team, they form a link capable of developing digital products compatible with the most advanced technology at all times.

Music has no borders

From Spain, we run with the motivation to put the result of our efforts at the reach of anyone who shares the passion for classical music.

More than 10,000,000 professional musicians, present in one or more activity groups, and 36,000,000 students enrolled in public and private institutions, can enjoy our digital products.

An annual student growth rate of 6% in Asia, plus + 4% in the US and the US, drives our creative engine and fuels our enthusiasm on a daily basis.

We´re a Spin-off from the University of Jaén

Beatik has the recognition of being a spin-off from the University of Jaén, being created with the seed of a mature music tracking technology which is unique in the world.

Our multidisciplinary team has research staff from the UJA, with the objective of producing goods and providing services with a high added value.

We live a genuine experience that marks a milestone in classical music.

Time is the sum of moments and this can be one of the best to count with your support.
Optimal coverage of our projects requires investment, talent and passion.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No. 822897