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Serenade using the Futulele

Looking into starting a band but don’t have the money to invest in a Les Paul or a Roland Keyboard?  How about buying an iPad and downloading an instrument app?  Another instrument app has officially arrived and it’s called the Futulele—a ukulele derivative.  The Fututele has been in development for a while, but a refined version hasn’t been seen until now.

Looking into starting a band but don’t have the money to invest in a Les Paul or a Roland Keyboard?  How about buying an iPad and downloading an instrument app?  Another instrument app has officially arrived and it’s called the Futulele—a ukulele derivative.  The Fututele has been in development for a while, but a refined version hasn’t been seen until now. 

The ukulele app has many features including, but not limited to, max. 132 chords, adjustable chorus, delay, EQ and reverb, and real time recording of the tunes you’re playing.  The Fukulele app is decked out with a Hawaiian theme that includes a few flowers on the screen.  For five bucks, you can be the next digital Jason Mraz.

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