Introducing Futulele, the Ukulele app for the iPad and the iPhone
I want to saw you couldn’t make it up, but that it is patently not true. You can and you do it by plugging in your Apple iPad and iPhone and together and you get a Futulele. No serious, it is a a virtual Ukulele or a Virtulele.
Why you would do this I don’t know as you can buy a Ukulele for £20 and the Apple version is worth £600 (price of the two devices). Take a look.
“The Futulele is an upcoming Ukulele synthesizer for iOS. Although it can work on a single iPad it really shines with a special guitar-shaped case that holds both an iPad and an iPhone, which are connected to each other via Bluetooth. iPhone is used to define the chords and iPad is used for strumming.
“We have managed to reduce the chord switch lag to a minimum level and capture every little nuance of a high-grade professional Ukulele instrument. You can use up to 12 chords for each song, and change chord sets on the fly. Full recording and sharing possibilities come straight from OMGuitar, as well as the effects section,” from amidio.com.