Friday, May 23, 2008
The KORG DS-10 for the Nintendo DS
Korg's DS-10 software, which made its debut at Musikmesse in March, will run on the lilliputian Nintendo DS. Its going to look like an MS-10 and will feature two "patchable" dual-oscillator analog synth emulators, a four part drum machine, and a six-track sequencer. All of the software's parameters can be controlled in real time using the stylus. Alas, at this point it looks like it will only be sold in Japan, but should you track one down at about 4,800 YEN it will put you back about $50 American.
Posted by schrodinger's mac at 3:46 PM