Here’s a new video featuring Japanese electro pop group Battery Operated, famous for only using instruments powered by batteries, such as the Nintendo DS:
We are having a release party for our first album “Battery Operated: Girls Only.” Come see us throwing ultimate electronic tunes with our nintendo DS!! We are a group of female music composers exclusively uses the battery operated electronic musical instruments, such as KORG DS-10, KORG M01, monotron, monotribe, kaosillator, mini-KP, microKORG, and so on, to make music.
Impressions from the Dark Side.
– Rytmik DSiWare (Original Edition)
– JVC HD Camera
Rytmik Retrobits is an application for creating rhythmical and melodic themes and for composing whole songs. Its user interface blends the fast and well-arranged interface of classic drum machines with flexible pattern interface of popular trackers and with modern sound library. It contains more than 180 carefully selected authentic retro sound samples of electronic drums, percussions, bass, melodic instruments and effects from 8-bit and 16-bit computers and classic consoles.
With Rytmik Retrobits you can quickly and easily create the basic building stone – an audio clip. It consists of musical notations for up to four instruments that you may transpose, select their location in the stereo field, and modify their volume, reverse, shuffle (rhythm twist) and polyphony (with extended polyphony handling), chorus/widening stereo effect, echo and arpeggiator. You may arbitrarily combine up to 128 such clips in four tracks and create complex pieces of music. Moreover, you have a collection of 10 pre-made compositions at your disposal from which you may quickly compose your own pieces.
Available in the Nintendo DS shop
An original song that I wrote myself.
Here’s my latest shot at something close to progressive house music. I started out by trying to replicate a Shinichi Osawa song called IRIS, but then the song just evolved from there. Please enjoy! =)
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“a little demo tune (NINTENDO DS) with KORG DS-10 software and recorded with Cubase in Trier 2011 by CHIPBEAT”
The Korg DS-10 is a synthesizer/step sequencer for the Nintendo DS. More on this subtly animated cartoon video can be found below:
“Happy go lucky (but downtempo) tune on the Nintendo Korg DS-10 synthesizer sequencer. I think it’s melodic electronica. More DS-10 stuff at http://korgds-10.blogspot.com. All my best selling albums are available at http://records.ugocapeto.com. If melodic electronica is your thing, check my new melodic electronic music forum at http://forum.ugocapeto.com.”
This 71st track kinda marks the return to my roots, musically speaking: the happy go lucky tune, downtempo style. Yes, I had strayed a bit from that kind of tuneage recently. One more track and the next album is gonna be ready for release on Ugo Capeto Records.
I had reserved a pattern (the last one) to end the song but ended up not using it, opting for the not very creative fading out repeated (random) pattern.
The bpm for this song is 60. The scale is F major.
KORG DS-10 is a music creation program for the Nintendo DS that emulates the Korg MS range of synthesizers. Frequently people refer to the Korg MS-10 but this is a single oscillator monosynth. The DS-10 adds sync which the MS-20 is lacking. A newer, DSi compatible version, entitled KORG DS-10 Plus, was released in Japan on September 17th, 2009 and in the United States on February 16th, 2010. It doubles the number of synth and drum machines. It also adds some minor new features for the standard DS. 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 VCO.
See video for how to, this would also work with iMS-20 app or most other drum machines, just remember to create a short pulse and pan it hard opposite to any audio, have fun!
If I ever were to play a live set anywhere, this is what I would play. By using two Nintendo DSi units with copies of Korg DS-10 Plus, I can mix my own songs back and forth. It’s quite handy, and a lot of fun. Every sound you hear was created on Korg DS-10. Feel free to ask questions. Please enjoy!!! =)
In the Whirlpool
MB LINK (Anthony Seeha Remix)
Licensed For Use (Anthony Seeha Remix)
Download this mix on my Soundcloud: [Check back soon!]
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Amazingly cool chip video featuring a Nintendo DSi music workstation
100% Rhythm Core Alpha. This time I used the lo-fi sounds (mainly Square, Saw and C64 samples) and tried to assemble retro tunes whith many tones and some arpeggio sounds, which personally remind me of my Game Boy childhood. Are you a Lo-Fi Johnny, too?
Amazing: You can play all your patterns (blocks) in realtime and even change the key/mode of your created tunes automatically. LIVE !!!
Thank you very much again for this awesome DSiWare release and keep up the good work, SoftEgg!!!