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Submitted by Tolkoto 752d ago | news

Turn your iOS device into a musical instrument for free with Ocarina 2

It may seem silly to play your phone like a musical instrument, but that’s exactly what over six million iOS users have done with the Ocarina app, a program created by the social music-making company Smule that turns the iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad into a virtual wind instrument. Today, Smule is launching the free Ocarina 2 on Apple’s App Store. (iPad, iPhone, Ocarina, Ocarina 2)

acronkyoung  +   752d ago
How long until we see bands performing with their fake phone instruments? The answer is never, because that would be awful.

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