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Ocarina iPhone Stairway to Heaven Video



One of the reasons that Apple has sold over 10 million iPhone 3Gs so far this year is that you can add some really cool apps and the new Ocarina from Smule is just that.

The ocarina is an ancient family of instrument (believed to date some 12,000 years), and one of the easiest instruments to learn.
The Smule Ocarina both preserves this instrument and extends/transforms it for your iPhone.  Blow into the phone/instrument. Control pitch with different fingerings. Learn to play countless melodies.
Smule even provides musicial scores (where to place your fingers) on their site including how to play O Canada.

Like most iPhone apps Ocarina by Smule sells for 99 cents at the iPhone store.

I really have to get an iPhone, I just don't like Rogers.

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