Music for a little Robot

June 20, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized 

KORG DS-10 is a music creation program for the Nintendo DS that emulates the Korg MS range of synthesizers. The DS-10 creates sound with two analogue synthesizer emulators, each with two Voltage-Controlled Oscillators (the Korg MS-10 had only one VCO). The VCOs feature a sawtooth, a pulse (with a non-modifiable pulse width), a triangle and a noise waveform. There is also a four part drum machine that uses the same sound creation techniques as the synthesizers. The sounds made by each of the synthesizer emulators are modified using virtual knobs to change the value of standard synthesizer parameters such as cutoff frequency and waveform shape. Additionally there is a screen where users can patch certain parameters to be modified by an LFO, the envelope generator, or VCO2. Those new to Korg synthesizers may find the original Korg MS-10 Manuals[4] useful in understanding the function of its components.

In this video:

100% Korg DS-10 European version (no PLUS version)
Flipnote Studio on Nintendo DSi XL + Nintendo 3DS

video recording: JVC Everio GZ-HM330
sound recording: Lenovo Laptop + Audacity

Until now I checked out Nintendo DSi music applications like RYTMIK, Rhythm Core Alpha, Music On: Drums and Music On: Retro Keyboard. This time I tried to make music with Korg DS 10.

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