Atomic Tom performed live on a New York city subway using just the instrument apps on their iPhones and an amplifier. Though the iPhone apps might not be as ‘pure’ as real instruments, this shows that people with creativity and talent don’t have to limit themselves to just one instrument. Of course, iPhones are a lot more portable than any instrument besides a harmonica.
I really wish we had iPhones and iPads back when I studied and played music 5+ hours per day. For a couple of hundred bucks a budding musician can pick up an iPod Touch and be on their way to creating some interesting tunes. Sure beats checking out a 30 year old trombone from band class.
via Bits Blog
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