Korg DSN-12 – an ‘analog-style’ synth app for the Nintendo 3DS – is now available.
Korg DSN-12 provides twelve monophonic synthesizers, based on the Korg MS-10 analog synthesizer. Each can have three effects, letting you create a broad range of sounds
You can assemble sequences into patterns, and save up to 64 patterns for use. Songs can be created by freely connecting patterns together.
DSN-12 also includes what they are calling the world’s first 3D oscilloscope (Wave and Lissajous modes are provided.)
Here’s the official intro video:
- Contains 12 virtual analog monophonic synthesizers
- Up to 64 sequence steps
- Freely place sequences in up to 64 patterns
- Pattern Program mode lets you chain patterns in up to 99 scenes; muting can also be programmed for each track
- Three effects are provided; choose from delay, chorus, flanger, compressor, kick, and reverb
- Local communication allows users to exchange song data and sound data
- The world’s first* 3D display oscilloscope screen; Wave and Lissajous modes are provided
Here’s a preview of the oscilloscope in DSN-12:
Korg DSN-12 is available as a download in the Nintendo eShop, in Europe, for 29.99 EUR. For more info, see the Korg site.
If you’ve used DSN-12, leave a comment with your thoughts on it!