DS #5435: KORG M01 Music Workstation (Japan)

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  1. Chanser
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    Chanser :o

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    ^^ndsrelease-6858^^
     
  2. Ikki

    Ikki GBATemp's grumpy panda.

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    I always found this being an actual game and not homebrew hard to believe [​IMG]
     
  3. RoMee

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    Works on DSTWO
     
  4. stanleyopar2000

    stanleyopar2000 Dirty Weeb ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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    is it 100% English like the last *japanese* release? [​IMG]

    EDIT - "some website" mentioned about this about the game "AP protected... doesn't launch"

    hmmm...

    Will test on AKAIO with AP bypass


    ...and this KORG DS is much much larger than the last one....which was like..less than a KB? [​IMG]
     
  5. purechaos996

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    For some reason I always liked these, Here hoping it has English or we will she a English release.
     
  6. stanleyopar2000

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    Works on AKAIO 1.8.0 (1.8.1 crashed on startup >_>) with AP Bypass Enabled :


    somewhat of a different KORG game.....looking for the Piano right now [​IMG]

    everything is 100% English.
     
  7. dudereno

    dudereno GBAtemp Regular

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    Superb. I love the bonus-2 song. I'm amazed how they have managed to get this running on the DS. back in the day, the Korg M1 was a very expensive music workstation. The change in the file size compared to the DS10 is down to this being wave form synthesis based and not an emulation of analogue circuitry.

    Definitely one for the "musos" out there. I shall be giving it a good blast tonight.
     
  8. The Pi

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    No rom has ever been less than a KB
    It was 64 Mbit this is 512 Mbit
     
  9. stanleyopar2000

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    I dont exactly remember the filesize [​IMG]

    all I know that it was REALLY small [​IMG]

    EDIT - YES found the keyboard [​IMG]
     
  10. zizer

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    wow , it is good
     
  11. stanleyopar2000

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    Demo~1 sounds so awesome [​IMG]


    oh...KBD > Lead synth > EX Switch > 067 - 5thSquare = Nostalgic NES goodness [​IMG]
     
  12. Colin_

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    Anyone have a sound problem in DsEmu?
     
  13. ratx

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    AWESOME was really hoping this would get dumped
     
  14. Kitanode

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    DS10 PLUS is 32Meg, i cant remember what the original was, maybe 16Meg.

    I can't wait to try this , Korg M1's were amongst the best of their kind back in the day and they were responsible for that 80's synth sound.

    The chance to have this on you DS is not to be missed.
     
  15. kineticUk

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    Amazing! I didnt think this would get released...
     
  16. kennypu

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    I didn't think it would get released too (although its super late). I just bought the game, lol.
     
  17. GH0ST

    GH0ST Your Hero is a Ghost

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    You are right it is pure gold and #DSi 0047 is 256Mbit.

    I guess he refers to #2768 (E), dispatched as a 968,5 Kio zipped archive - less than 1MB - but it was a 64Mbit in fact 6 MB after trimming , same for DS #2899 (U).
     
  18. NamoNakamura

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    I didn't know that DS games were trimmable. I may have to trim some roms, I'm running out of space.

    Anyway, I've heard good things about the KORG ds games. I thought about buying them, but I'm reluctant as I'm no good at music making, plus I hear these things have DSi specific features.
     
  19. Zomby_2

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    It's working an acekard with anti bypass but is not working on wood 1.20 R4
     
  20. stanleyopar2000

    stanleyopar2000 Dirty Weeb ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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    relax [​IMG]

    I just mess around with the keyboard and stuff [​IMG]

    the difference was that before I had to mess around with dials and "plugs" for a long time to get different sounding sounds.... (Korg DS-10)

    now I have a ton at my disposal! [​IMG]
     
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