Recycling mobile phone can lead to users making music
10 December 2010 — 4:00 PM
Consumers who choose to recycle a mobile phone this winter could be tempted to replace it with a Nokia N8 or C7 and start making music.
Ian, author of the latest Nokia Conversations blog, explains a brand new app has been launched exclusively for the models that allows users to create their own tunes.
Loop, a free feature that can be found on the brand's Ovi Store, uses the microphone found on the devices as well as everyday sounds.
A choice of ten background beats will be available to mobile owners, while those that are "really ambitious" can form their own, explains Ian.
He goes on to suggest adding various sounds to a piece, although wearing headphones is advisable to avoid muddling different clips.
Both the Nokia N8 and C7 were released earlier this autumn, with the N8 offering consumers a number of hi-tech functions, such as a 12-megapixel camera and the latest video recording technology.
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