Galgun And Asuka 120% Burning Fest Composer Creates Tunes In KORG M01D

By Spencer . July 2, 2013 . 11:28pm

korg3ds4KORG M01D from Detune will turn your Nintendo 3DS into a music making machine. The software is an 8 part multi-timbral synthesizer with 8 tracks and 64 steps. The touch screen acts as a Kaoss pad and lets users edit chords, notes, and drums. After you create a song you can share it online or save it as a MIDI file on the SD card.


Check out "Dust" from Keishi Yonano, the composer from Asuka 120% Burning Fest and more recently Galgun, which was made using KORG M01D.



KORG M01D will be released as an eShop download for 3,000 yen ($30) on July 10 in Japan. Detune said an international release is slated for summer.


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  • sfried

    This is an awesome musthave, although I admit I have Korg DS10+ and barely was able to use it.

    • Shane Guidaboni

      Same here. I couldn’t get a handle on it. This seems like it will be easier to use.

  • AndromedaFlame

    This can’t come out soon enough. M01 was great, and the improvements here will make it even better.

  • Gilgamesh2025

    Kewl! :D

  • Shane Guidaboni

    Definitely getting this.

  • Zen Grenadier

    There’s a name I haven’t heard in a while. Asuka 120% Burning Festival, along with Variable Geo was my 1-2 Punch of childhood anime cheesecake.

  • NPeart

    I am DEFINITELY so getting this.

    And I cannot stop thinking about MS-20 version for 3DS and something for Wii U too!

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