Musicly Ocarina

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Aug 19, 2012

Musicly Ocarina by dereklarue at 6:36 PM (657 Views / 1 Likes) 3 replies

  1. dereklarue
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    Newcomer dereklarue Newbie

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    UPDATED: 8/20/12
    Musicly Ocarina (v0.02)
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    ABOUT:
    Musicly Ocarina is a playable Ocarina for the NDS using the mic, d-pad or stylus.

    CONTROLS:
    Press Select to change between Mic, D-Pad and Stylus Mode(s).

    Mic mode - Blow into the NDS mic while pressing the D-Pad to play.
    Press and hold either the L or the R key to change the pitch.

    Stylus mode - Use the stylus to play by tapping and holding a note.

    D-Pad mode - Use the D-Pad To play. This mode makes the D-Pad act like the N64 C-Pad.


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    CREATORS NOTES:
    (v0.02)-(8/20/12)
    Added a D-Pad mode.
    Alphabetized the stylus mode notes from Lowest note to highest note.
    Added a small song list for stylus mode.

    (v0.01)-(8/19/12)
    Updated the icon.

    (v0.01)-(8/8/12)
    I was thinking about making more instruments if I have some free time.
    Email me ideas or problems while using this app and I'll see to fixing them asap:
    derek@dereklarue.net
     
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  2. avenir

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    very nice...
    I have emule ocarina app, but my iPodTouch is old model without mic...

    I'll give it a try later ^^
     
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    Nice idea! I've just tried it and it works well, only thing I'd say is that there seems to be a sort of echo upon pressing the notes, as if i'm pressing 2 at the same time (except the echo is the same pitch). Also some indication of the notes (A, B, C etc) would be nice, or maybe correspond to the N64 / 3DS controls?
     
  4. dereklarue
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    Newcomer dereklarue Newbie

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    Thanks for the interest!
    The echo is because of how the application loops the sound, I might be able to reduce the echo in the next version but I can't say for sure if I can remove it completely, else there would be a slight delay on sound playing between holding down the notes. I'll also add some indication of what note your playing as well as a sound sheet for some famous songs in the next version.
    Perhaps I'll add a Zelda mode that simulates the N64 controller using the buttons, seems like a good idea!

    EDIT: New Version released!

    Let me know if you tried it, and if you've found any problems or bugs.
     
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