Turn your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch into a virtual wind instrument.
Smule has launched Ocarina 2, an enhanced version of the well-liked Ocarina app for iOS devices. Like its sequel, Ocarina 2 allows you to blow into your phone and play the notes, turning your phone into musical instrument.
While the initially released Ocarina app encouraged free play, enabling users create their own songs or recreate already known tunes, the novel Ocarina 2 takes people through the actual method of learning a song. The latest version comes equipped with a list of handy features like a dynamic harmony, option to select songs to be played, and a new Whistle Mode.
Whether you want to play or learn your favorite song, Ocarina 2 will let you control the notes, tempo and speed, enabling you to outshine in your performance.
The best part about this updated version of Ocarina is that it encompasses classical, pop, traditional songs and video game themes, including Mario Brothers Theme, Apologize – One Republic, Baby – Justin Bieber, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, etc.
What else? Using Ocarina 2 you will also be able to listen to other Ocarina players, globally. Or also, simply comment on your favorite performances or share with your friends through Facebook or e-mail.