Sound Box is the second in a series of developmental touch skills apps created for teenagers with complex disabilities. It was created primarily for use on iPads, but support for some iPhones and iPod Touch devices is also included.

These apps have also proven popular with parents of very much younger children without special needs.

The focus of Sound Box is creating, playing with and manipulating sound at the most basic level.

Twelve very simple interactions are provided to explore a range of musical scales, tones, pitch shifting sweeps and other interactive sound effects.

All activities in Sound Box use single touch taps and gestures; see Light Box for an additional collection of multitouch activities.

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