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Magic Fiddle Review for iPad

Magic Fiddle Review for iPad

You can be a fiddler, and you don’t need to own a fiddle. You don’t necessarily have to be a musician either. All you’ll need at hand are an iPad and Magic Fiddle by Smule. The app will guide you in all the finer points of being a good fiddler and provide you with lovely songs to play, from simple pieces to the more advanced. Within minutes, music will sound from your fingertips. Continue on to iPadmodo for our full review.
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Smule's Ocarina for iPhone, FREE for 72 Hours

Smule’s Ocarina for iPhone, FREE for 72 Hours

Happy Holidays from Smule! Their award-winning Ocarina for iPhone is available as a FREE download at the App Store for the next 72 hours!
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Apple iPhone Developer Stories, Explained

Apple iPhone Developer Stories, Explained

Looking for a little inspiration for your app project? Look no further than a set of case studies that Apple has posted at the iPhone page which they’re dubbing “Developer Stories”. The series follows developers from around the world including Nicholas Callaway of Callaway Arts & Entertainment, Dr. Ge Wang of Smule, Steve Demeter of Demiforce, Werner Jainek of Cultured Code and Christina Wick of AOL.
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Smule's Magic Fiddle for iPad Now Available

Smule’s Magic Fiddle for iPad Now Available

Smule, known for their popular musical apps, adds another musical piece to its collection, the Magic Fiddle for iPad. Similar to the Magic Piano, the Magic Fiddle recreates a violin on the iPad which you can pick up and play with no skill required. Go to iPadmodo for more.
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Magic Piano Review for iPad, Become an Instant Classical Pianist

Magic Piano Review for iPad, Become an Instant Classical Pianist

From the makers of the Ocarina, Leaf Trombone and I Am T-Pain for the iPhone and iPod Touch, Smule has developed a dedicated iPad app, Magic Piano, for the piano music lover in us. My first experience with this app came from watching a YouTube video that was posted of pianist Lang Lang, who in a concert, came out toting an iPad and played Flight of the Bumblebee as his encore performance. So, as a piano music fan, I had to try it out for myself. Go to iPadmodo for more.
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