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Touch the Buddha

The picture pretty much says it all: the Buddha Machine is now available as an application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. That is, the lofi sound-art gadget has been virtualized for the Apple phone, which already hosts, among other music-minded apps, Brian Eno’s Bloom. The sounds in this app are from version 1.0 of the Buddha Machine. More details at fm3buddhamachine.com. Get the app at itunes.apple.com (iTunes and iPhone required). Interview with Christiaan Virant of FM3 on the recent Buddha Machine 2.0 release, right here at disquiet.com

By Marc Weidenbaum

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