Smule announces Magic Fiddle for iPad - Want to win a copy?

Smule, makers of Ocarina, Leaf Trombone, Magic Piano, and I am T-Pain have announced their latest app -- Magic Fiddle!

Uncover your musical talents and learn new techniques effortlessly as your friendly fiddle leads the way. Compete for global high scores and earn medals and badges as you accomplish fabulous feats of fiddlery. Show off your newly discovered musical aptitude with friends, family or even broadcast it to the world.

Check out video of it in action after the break and if you want to win a promo code to make it your very own, just leave a comment telling us how much you want it! (Promo codes require a US iTunes account, Apple's rule, not ours!)

[$2.99 - iTunes link]

Pick Up and Play Beautiful Music: Amaze yourself as you pick up and play songs by following streams of colored light in the Songbook, no previous skill required. Impress your friends by playing any of the 20 songs that come bundled in the Songbook, from video theme songs to Ave Maria and everything in between.Learn Fiddling Techniques Easily: Learn to bow, pluck, trill, vibrato and glissandi directly from your iPad. Your fiddle takes you on fun learning adventures with the Storybook – an 8-chapter interactive journey that teaches you different techniques with fun activities and step-by-step instructions.Take it To the Top! Show off your newly found musical aptitude to your fellow fiddlers as you compete for the high score on the global leaderboards. Play your heart out to earn scores and medals for each song – your best performances combine for your global high score. Earn badges as you accomplish new heights.Listen and Share Globally: Inspire your friends and family with your musical talent at home or experience social music on the Smule globe. Listen to other fiddlers around the world, broadcast your masterpieces and show support for fellow fiddlers by “liking” their songs.


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