Summary: This is fantastic software for the ds. Currently, I have been composing many different styles and the option for sound control is beyond cool. You get 2 ms20 monophonic synthesizers, a mixer, a kaoss effects pad with mapping, and drum rack which is simple but effective.
Summary: If your someone who is into dance music production or synthesis I would highly recommend this product! This is not a toy, it is a tool. I have had several copies of the ds10 ever since it first came out. I first saw an add for it in Keyboard magazine. It great because of how portable it is.
Summary: I got a Ninetendo DSI Lite for the sole purpose of using the DS-10. I had already tested the newer version of the DS-10 on the Ninetendo DSI XL and knew, for the most part, what to expect. The DS-10, in both its old and new version, is an emulation of the Korg MS series analog synthesizers.
Summary: This thing is a blast. I originally purchased my Nintendo DS just to play around with this program. You get two MS-10 style analog synthesizers and a crude drum machine and some effects. The interface even looks like the old Korg hardware. It has some quirks, but it is fun.
Summary: This little thing rocks. It has two monophonic synthesizers based on the Korg MS-20 and a four voice drum synthesizer. It operates in a very logical fashion, with a sixteen by four grid for the drums: if you want the drum to hit there, you fill in the little square.