It's a fun toy, but very impractical for actual music.
17 May 2013
Summary: This is a fun way to learn about synths, and a good way to spend a road trip. You can get a lot of different sounds out of it, but the composing / sequencing tool is hard to use, especially if you want to change timbres.
Summary: I dont play this game much anymore but i was asked to review it so i will. I also dont know much about making music which is why i bought it. i played the trumpet and guitar in high school and love electronic music so i bought it for like 15 dollars or something i forget the cost.
Summary: My husband and 12 yr. old kids enjoy all kinds of music and for $10 this was a great stocking stuffer. While they haven't even come close to understanding/using it to its full potential (it is a real synthesizer), they have fun creating sound combinations and composing short pieces.
Summary: I met the DS10 NDS software one year ago, and I found it interesting but a little bit limited. The second opus looks better and I'm still testing it so I can't give right now a totally fixed impression, anyway the challenge is there and the DS10 Plus looks more powerful than the first one.
Summary: Now this is an amazing program for the DS platform, it really maxes out the sound on that little sucker... it has improved a lot since the first version, and now you are able to really feel like you are in the big league of synthesizers.
Summary: I truly enjoy the opportunity to compose my music on the go. The sounds are somewhat limited, but still an amazing rage with the fully-customizable patches. While doodling around, I discovered a kaoss pad. What awesome, simple-guilty fun.