Jegog
Version: 2.2
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Release Notes:

2013-05-06[Mon] — Version 2.2

  • Optimized for iOS6.
  • High resolution graphics for iPhone 5 users.

2012-08-11[Sat] — Version 2.1

  • Optimized for iOS5.
  • High resolution graphics for iPhone 4, iPhone 4S and the new iPad users.

2011-06-15[Wed] — Version 2.0

  • Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
  • High resolution graphics and new interaction for iPad users.

2010-09-01[Wed] — Version 1.0

  • First public release.

Jegog or gegogan, is the largest gangsa metallophones and contains five keys. They produce the lowest-pitched sounds in the gangsa.

Use your finger as mallet!

Note that each key is divided into two areas (green and blue as shown below). The instrument produces very low-pitched sounds and require a high-quality sound system for best sound reproduction. The use of a high-quality headphone or external amplifier with good bass response is recommended.

Instruction

Toogle labels Don't want the labels?

You can hide the labels at the configuration page.

Instruction: iPad Portrait mode Portrait mode?

You can play in both landscape and portrait mode on an iPad.

Instruction: iPhone Play on iPhone?

All the Balinese Gamelan Gong Kebyar apps work on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.