[Namron] DumTek, my first iPhone/iTouch application!

Monica Ball mrsjacq at gmail.com
Mon Jul 12 05:58:04 PDT 2010

Congreats Michael!

On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 12:12 AM, Michael Graff <explorer at flame.org> wrote:

> I've started on a middle eastern rhythm application, and the first
> version made it to Apple's app store tonight!  It's called DumTek, and
> it is ... well, basic.  It plays the accent notes in audio, and has very
> little in the way of rhythms, but many of the common ones are there.
> Feature suggestions welcome, let me know what you would like.  Oh, and
> do rate it, even if you say it sucks!  :)
> I do know I need new sound samples, which I intend to do next.  I just
> need to find a place to hide the bird so he won't make noise, keep the
> cats busy, and hope that a car doesn't drive by.  My mic is more
> sensitive than my walls are soundproof.
> For those of you with iDevices, either search the app store for "dumtek"
> or click below if you have iTunes set up.
> itms://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dumtek/id380876823
> --Griffin de Willingeham
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Monica Ball

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