Such a good piece of software for what it is (a DS cart)
12 January 2013
Summary: I've been having a great time blasting some synths on my 3DS with this. It's a really great introductory program for those unfamiliar with synths, sequencing, or beat creation. It's really great to have on the go and it's even better than a lot of fancier stuff for tablets, notebooks etc, I find...
Summary: Almost as soon as I received my KORG DS-10 in the mail, I picked up a second copy and another DS Lite. Then I heard about the KORG DS-10 Plus and realized that I had been played for a chump since the new version would basically let me do the same thing as two copies, minus the awkwardness of holding...
Summary: You might think by looking at this product that it is a game or a toy; that is simply not the case. The KORG DS10+ perfectly emulates the classic KORG MS10 synthesizer with some added features, and if you have a Nintendo DSi or DSi XL, it can actually emulate using TWO MS10s at once.
Summary: This is not a game, it's a music tool for aspiring and experienced musicians. You will need an 1/8'' inch cable to output from the headphone jack into a recording system. It'd be nice to be able to save MIDI files but this little synth is still the bomb.
Summary: It's easy to see why the previously engaged KORG DS-10 underwent a price hike as anyone has noticed-- it's because this piece of software is beyond that of any 'game' this is, and shouldn't be, categorized by.
Summary: This is not a game. It's a fully functional analog-styled synthesizer with 6 tracks (12 on the DSi). I promise that anyone who is familiar with traditional concepts of subtractive synthesizers and related sound design will love it. Anyone who enjoys playing with software like Reason, Massive, etc.
Summary: First, all I have is a DS Lite and this new version makes a distinction between my hardware and the Nintendo DS. 'Dual mode' is unavailable to DS Lite owners and I was disappointed about not being able to find this in any of the ads for the DS-10 Plus.