Sunday, December 27, 2009
Big news in the ds 10 world. Ds 10 dominator has built a site where you can listen, download and watch his ds 10 music. Also any news, pics, links and anything else ds 10 dominator will be posted on his site. Check it out!
Easy to remember. http://www.ds10dominator.com/
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Listen to the tracks that won the Elvis comp here
The vibirth videos will be up soon on you tube.
Monday, November 30, 2009
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Saturday, November 14, 2009
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Darry Booper - Life is the friend of Death (Full Korg DS 10)
via darry booper's you tube and myspace
Saturday, October 31, 2009
Franz K - BassHead Blues - Live Jam KORG DS 10 - like Morrison vs. Chemical Brothers
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
XSEED Games Reveals KORG DS-10 Plus Upgraded version of the award-winning DS-10 music synthesizer coming to North America Early 2010
XSEED Games Reveals KORG DS-10 Plus
Upgraded version of the award-winning DS-10 music synthesizer coming to North America Early 2010
Click here to read...
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Monday, October 19, 2009
Using korg ds 10 plus (seven tracks overdubbed). Video recording of Charles bailey using mickey iphone mic. second track of Charles Bailey's vocals using ipro recorder and mickey. 1 track of ds plus is recorded without direct line and cars and other sounds can be heard (it is a live recording of the song mode to show how you can edit patterns). piano and tape sounds were created in flstudio matching my piano bars in ds 10 plus.
review: ds 10 plus bpm is in sync after 3 minutes of recording. I used the same song pattern and changed my synth sounds for the overdubs.
Saturday, October 17, 2009
Nintendo DSi Game Region Alert
Please note that Japanese Nintendo DSi games such as KORG DS-10 Plus with specific NDSi features such as the Dual Mode function are region-locked and not compatible with USA or European Nintendo DSi handhelds.
If you own a standard Nintendo DS or Nintendo DS Lite handheld, you will be able to play KORG DS-10 Plus but please note that the North American or European Nintendo DSi will not detect NDSi specific cartridges from another region due to the lockout implemented by Nintendo. When you plug a Japanese NDSi game into a USA NDSi handheld, there is no recognition by the system. Thanks for reading.
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Saturday, October 10, 2009
The song mode adds an element to possible live performances that were not possible before. You can now let a track ride out the 16 patterns while recording over them and they will repeat with the new sounds. this is tricky as you are used to the single pattern repeating (original version). For example if you have patterns 1-4 as your intro and 5-8 as a main melody you can record over 5-8 an octave higher (as they are playing) to give the song a not so repetitive vibe when the patterns are played the next time in your song. this also gives you the option of playing something live on the other keyboard or kaoss pad with the new patterns 5-8.
so you still have 16 patterns, same editing features, 100 pattern length etc...
yes, I will post a video sometime showing this if it does not make sense.
Friday, October 9, 2009
Part 2: the actual review,
the new features are not necessary on the ds, but give you the option of working in a faster paced recording mode. you can set up your 16 drum tracks and record directly over them in song mode and switch back and forth between pattern and song modes without stopping. this feature alone is worth the money. After working in pattern mode in the original this may be confusing to some and amusing to those who are familiar with software like FL studio. The other features have not really played a part in my findings as of today, but I will keep posting.
xseed supposedly will release the u.s. version this month according to nintendo. play asia has the u.s. release set for feb 2010. if you can wait, DO. if not this IS worth it.
Saturday, October 3, 2009
link to learn more. nice post on a pre-translated wiki and the ability to sign into japanese tutorials without knowing japanese.
Thursday, October 1, 2009
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Friday, September 25, 2009
Sunday, September 20, 2009
Friday, September 18, 2009
via youtube kcyonao
Thursday, September 17, 2009
- 5.1 sound, using only korg ds 10. (these are the original tracks. the dvd software adds the depth of 5.1, they are not remixed).
-plays like a cd. has tracks with no menus.
-The first short film made entirely on the nintendo ds. Title = Alien zombie stick men vs. regular headless zombie stick men. more than 1.200 drawings were used in the application flickbook ds. all 12 songs from the mchl nrvs with korg ds 10 album are used in the film. No effects (audio or video) outside of the ds were used. The still drawaings were converted to avi using media-convert and the audio was added in a cheap audio program. synopsis= aliens, seemingly friendly, come to earth to capture stick people. After taking the heads of the human stick people, the human stick people turn into headless zombie stick people and the war is on.
-The music video for Resonant transformers are Tesla coils. clips from the film are used syncing with rhythm of the music. Allot of effects on the video, original audio performance.
-The music video for Turn signal 74 trafficators are semaphore signals. another flickbook ds creation simulating the early car racing video games were you never arrive at the background destination. video synced to audio with allot effects and video manipulation, audio untouched. I have another version, of similar video, were the audio is lsdj and pixel h8's pro performer.
-the complete audio tracks for Quadruple John’s cage (Parallelepiped) and u.s. patent 0,334,823. The tracks feature a video montage of ds stylus slowly coming out towards the screen and occasional mchl nrvs being displayed. Both tracks can be heard in the sidebar of this blog.
-All music and video by michael nervous released under creative commons
mchl nrvs dvd #1 by michael nervous is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.
Based on a work at www.megaupload.com.
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Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Monday, September 14, 2009
VIA GAME WATCH translated using Babelfish....here are your new screenshots....
AQ interactive, holding the shop front event and talk Shaw who commemorate DS “KORG DS-10 PLUS” sale September 17th sale schedule Price: 3,990 Yen 5,985 Yen (scientific magazine ×KORG DS-10 PLUS limitation pack of adult) CERO rating: A (all the age objects) Package image Corporation AQ interactive on September 17th on September 19th Tokyo & Akihabara, on September 26th executes the shop front event “shop front demonstration performance caravan” which commemorates sale the music tool for [nintendo] DS of sale schedule/in software “KORG DS-10”, in Osaka & Nihonbashi. Price usually turn 3,990 Yen. “Scientific magazine ×KORG DS-10 PLUS limitation pack of adult” 5,895 Yen. As for CERO rating A (all the age objects). “KORG DS-10” in 1978 from KORG was developed the patch type analog synthesizer” MS-10” which is sold in design concept, the synthesizer software for [nintendo] DS. With “KORG DS-10 PLUS”, besides the fact that ““playback program function of compilation of the parameter which is in the midst of” “expanding the SONG mode” and track/truck MUTE” is mounted on Advanced Capability, the analog [shinse] simulator, 1 drum machines (4 parts) from 2 units (8 parts) to are expanded from 2 to 4 units as a [nintendo] DSi private function, 12 tracks/trucks & the sequencer become possible, mounting “Dual DS-10 mode”. The same function becomes the efficiency “equivalent to KORG DS-10” 2. While the shop front event in the space of the opening store, using “KORG DS-10 PLUS,” showing the actual operation picture executing composition performance. At the same meeting place, also experience meeting is executed together. In addition in the event at the [sohumatsupuamiyuzumento] mansion September 19th, Osamu Ken Itoh who is the optical rice field healthy model person of the Procyon studio which relates to the development “of KORG DS-10 PLUS” and 1 users of previous production “KORG DS-10” the schedule which appears as a special guest.
Saturday, September 12, 2009
Friday, September 11, 2009
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Like its predecessor, KORG DS10 Plus attempts to recreate the Korg MS-10 analogue synthesizer on your DS. The followup adds new features, including real time edit and track mute during live performances.
Those using the DSi system will be able to access the new Dual DS10 Mode. This mode increases analogue synth from 2 to 4, drum machine from 4 to 8 and tracks from 6 to 12.
Outside of a standard edition, AQ will also be offering a ¥5,985 Limited Edition. Part of a collaboration with a magazine called "Otona no Kagaku Magazine," this version of the game features a different label for the cartridge, demo songs, and a guide book created by the magazine editors.
AQ posted a YouTube video of a mock announcement for the product. You can view it here.
The first KORG DS10 was sold exclusive through Amazon.co.jp. For the sequel, AQ plans a full retail release.
Whether you are just looking for fun on the run, or a way to work out your next hit song, the KORG DS-10 Synthesizer for Nintendo DS could be your newest best companion. The DS-10 combines the superior interface of the Nintendo DS with the design concept of the famous KORG MS-10 synthesizer to bring you portable music-creation software without rival.
The ultra high-quality sound sources for the DS-10 come from KORG, maker of some of the world's finest musical instruments. Korg spared no effort in creating this ultra-portable yet powerful and easy-to-use music software with tons of the latest features-- and all with the unique accessibility of the Nintendo DS touch screen.
The KORG DS-10 Synthesizer gives you the choice of sculpting your own unique sounds with expansive on-screen controls, or starting from a preset template. With two dual oscillator synth parts and four synth/drum parts, users can create synth and drum lines using the on-screen touch keyboard and drum pads, or engage the elegant six-track, 16-step sequencer.
With powerful features such as KORG's KAOSS technology, users can add custom modulations in real-time, tighten the mix with a full-featured mixer, polish their grooves with multiple effects, and create complete songs that they can save on the spot.
The DS-10 features a chorus, flanger, and delay parameter that can be applied individually to each synth or the drum machine, either individually or as a whole. In addition, each of the editable drum sounds can have a separate effect added to it. Various sound textures are made possible by implementing the two VCO's, three filter types, and more, while notes can be recorded in the sequencer, allowing for further editing. This broad functionality, combined with patching functionality, makes the DS-10 suited to even the most avid sound designers.
Intuitive and Easy Use
The sounds made by each of the two analogue synthesizer emulators are modified using virtual knobs, and users can patch particular parameters for further modification. The user interface is mainly through the DS's touch screen. Notes can be played using a two-octave keyboard, or through an interface that detects the X and Y position of the stylus on the touch pad, simulating a KORG KAOSS Pad.
The Nintendo DS's dual-screen touch panel is used to the fullest to provide a feel and operability that is unsurpassed. Although there are many expert-level features available with synthesizer, the DS-10 can be appreciated by the complete novice as well as the seasoned professional.
Music Without Limits
The KORG DS-10 Synthesizer offers two types of wireless play in Multi-player and Data Exchange modes. Up to eight separate Nintendo DS players can connect via a wireless link to perform as an ensemble. Each DS-10 synthesizer can be played as its own independent instrument, or they can be assigned a part to create a band, allowing for virtually limitless applications.
What's more, users who have created new riffs, tunes, or complete songs can exchange their session data with other KORG DS-10 users. It is even possible to send session data in advance to your friends, so you can all play to the same tune. Not only does the DS-10 bring stylus music to the world for the first time, but this robust connectivity allows for performances and compositions that simply aren't possible on a single Nintendo DS.
The KORG DS-10 is music-creation software for the Nintendo DS that combines the superior interface of the Nintendo DS with the functionality of the famous MS-10 synthesizer. The sound sources in the KORG DS-10 come from KORG - one of the world's top musical instrument producers - and no effort was spared in creating these ultra-high-quality sounds. The Nintendo DS Touch Screen controls are used to the fullest to provide unsurpassed feel and operability. This innovative musical tool is perfect for aspiring musicians and professionals alike.In addition to the two analog synth simulators and drum module, a 6-track/16-step sequencer enables precise control and provides a wide range of musical possibilities. Up to eight units can be connected and played together through a wireless link, and this and other features make the Nintendo DS and KORG DS-10 almost limitless in their application - they can take you places that no single synthesizer can.
michael nervousWhat is the process in which you go about your ds 10 performances?
michael nervous do you perform live currently, past or future.
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
KORG DS-10 Synthesizer - Synthesizer 101 - Lesson 4
KORG DS-10 Synthesizer - Synthesizer 101 - Lesson 3
KORG DS 10
instructional video #2
XSEED brings you these how to videos
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
It is possible with KORG DS-10 Plus product image KORG DS-10 PLUS, “KORG DS-10” new extended function is loaded onto SONG mode in the base. The program of track/truck MUTE, furthermore even during mode playing it reaches the point where it can do parameter editing, a wider music production becomes possible. In addition, as a [nintendo] DSi private function “it becomes the efficiency equivalent to KORG DS-10” 2, 'Dual DS-10 mode' is loaded, more powerful music production/performance is actualized. KORG DS-10 PLUS which KORG DS-10 product it introduced evolved the part 1: SONG mode expansion Parameter editing which is in the midst of SONG playing becomes possible. Because of this, when having played the music which is produced as SONG even, it reaches the point where it can perform in real time. While inquiring about the music which is produced it is possible from now on to keep designating the inspiration of that time as shape. Part 2: Program of track/truck MUTE possibly In SONG mode, the mute of pattern similar and each track/truck can be programmed. Because it reaches the point where it can utilize the pattern which is limited effectively, it reaches the point where so far it can do wide music production above. Furthermore! The Advanced Capability just of DSi The image figure of Dual DS-10 Dual DS-10 (the efficiency equivalent to DS - 102) With [nintendo] DSi private function “Dual DS-10 mode”, the analog [shinse] simulator, as for the drum machine from 1 (4 parts) to 2 units (8 parts) is expanded from 2 to 4 units, becomes 12 tracks/trucks & the sequencer. In other words, it is to be possible to become the efficiency “equivalent to KORG DS-10” 2, to actualize high-level music production and performance. * Simultaneous pronunciation several 12 sounds (with “KORG DS-10” 6 sounds) * 4 analog [shinse] simulators (with “KORG DS-10” 2) * 2 drum machines (with “KORG DS-10” 1) The comparison of KORG DS-10 PLUS and KORG DS-10 KORG DS-10 PLUS KORG DS-10 DSi DS The number of simultaneous pronunciations 12 sounds 6 sounds 6 sounds Analog [shinse] simulator 4 units 2 units 2 units 4 parts drum machine 2 units 1 units 1 units Editing which is in the midst of SONG playing ○ Ã Track/truck MUTE function of SONG mode ○ Ã It is possible to make all timbre with the control which is similar to the analog synthesizer!
Monday, September 7, 2009
The first sheet is helpful to avoid a pattern not being setup correctly to go into another pattern. The middle sheet is just a simple song structure sheet. For practice before a gig or live cheat notes these sheets can help you avoid making simple mistakes as you are scrolling through screens or handling multiple devices. These sheets are ready to use and I will post them soon.