Oh, Ocarina, count the ways we love thee – well, it seems there’s lots of us out there who do, as Ocarina developer
Smule reveals 700,000 downloads of its innovative music-making app for the iPhone…
We’re still impressed by
Smule’s Ocarina application, which transforms your iPhone into a real wind instrument with lots of tasty social features, now the developers are offering ten $1,000 prizes to the best players.
So – here’s a new one, using the iPhone’s touch screen to control pitch and the microphone for the breath those
clever people at Smule have built an Ocarina app for the Apple gadget. And the videos (two of them) are – well, decide for yourself.
Video 1: How it works
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