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Tuesday, 06 March 2012 15:12

iPad, iPhone gets virtual ukulele

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Futulele, they call it

Although ukulele isn't quite one's go to instrument when it comes to…well, whatever really, this unholy patchwork consisting of an iPhone, iPad and an app still looks mighty cool. Namely, Amidio Inc. released its ukulele synthesizer app that uses both Apple's devices to play.

The devices connect via Bluetooth, where the iPhone acts as a neck while the iPad simulates the strings. The iPhone supports 12 chords per song and chord sets can apparently be changed while playing.

The app is due in April but until then, indulge in the video after the break.

Last modified on Tuesday, 06 March 2012 19:24

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