Nintendo DS

The KORG DS-10 home music studio


Forget Daigasso! Band Brothers DX if you want to seriously compose music on a handheld console. This video shows an electronic musician creating a song by connecting four Nintendo DSes, running the KORG DS-10 software, attached to a mixer. Sanodg, the artist in the video, adjusts the separate streams of music to make the song and even adjusts it on the fly by playing notes with the touch screen keyboard.




KORG DS-10 is quite powerful, but it also looks complicated for a novice. The video below shows a user creating sounds by fine tuning a series of dials. While this tool looks awesome, I think my musical skills are limited to Daigasso! Band Brothers DX.




Images courtesy of AQ Interactive.

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