This video is, well, amazing. It's producer Nobuyoshi Sano doing his best Steve Jobs impersonation as he presents to the world a new, improved version of the Korg DS-10 synthesiser for the Nintendo DS.
The Korg DS-10 synthesiser, for all its inherent brilliance, hasn't been widely available in the US. That's about to change. Mega-retailer GameStop will soon be stocking the program, and are now accepting preorders.
In this video you see jetdaisuke jamming with an iPhone, two DS, iPod Touch and Kaossilator.
Last month, four Australians got together at a record label party. Each had a copy of the Korg DS-10 synthesiser for the Nintendo DS. The four joined forces, improvised then rocked out.
Just in case you weren't already sold on the neat stuff the Korg DS-10 synthesiser could do, along comes Jetdaisuke and his bendy plastic straw.
This is not a game. I repeat, this is not a game. Based on the Korg MS-10, Korg DS-10 is a music tool packed in DS software. It allows up to eight DSes to connect by ad-hoc wireless. The soundboard interface looks like an actual Korg synthesizer soundboard with knobs that can be rotated and turned and jacks that can…
We posted about Korg's DS-10 software the other day, the music app that makes your Nintendo DS a pretty capable sequencer and synthesizer. What we neglected to do was include helpful video of the software in action. Looks perfect for those of us lacking in rhythm and pitch detection. Musically incapable, unite!