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Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by qbricc, May 17, 2009.
for a great example of why the iphone/ipod touch rules.
BTW-- I have an iPod Touch and was disappointed that I couldn't use Ocarina since I'm an amateur/pro musician and liked what I had heard about that app.
I just found out that you can now use it on a Touch too! A recent (?) update lets you use it, although you don't have breath control to articulate the notes-- you have to do that only with your fingers, bagpipe style. For 99cents, it's a whole lot of fun, once you figure out ocarina fingering (which luckily I already knew since I have several real ocarinas).
why does one woman have a childs wwe belt on? lol
I tried the mike on my "Apple earphones with mic". It works, but I can only play notes with one hand (not good). The other hand holds the mic. I'm searching for a mike the attaches to the touch so it can be blown like the iphone.
seems like the sensitivity would have to be reallly good for all this to work
If you're interested in music making on the touch you should really check out Intua's Beatmaker app, it's the most fully featured music app available.
Wow, that's really cool! Must've been lots of work.