DSMidiWifi

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  1. lookout
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    This is what German hacker/student/musician Tob, who created the cool NitroTracker old-school tracker app for the DS has been working on: Software to turn put easy-to-use MIDI into the Nintendo DS using WiFi. Previously, you've had to use hardware. The DS obviously sucks as a keyboard, but is great as a little X-Y controller like a Kaoss Pad, and presumably there's no reason why he can't build a simple XOX drum programmer, a little Lemur clone, or even a virtual Monome. Tob is still developing the software - as you can see from the video, it's in a pretty early stage - but it will be released ASAP. And even if you don't have a DS, stick with this video long enough to hear the guy playing 'We Will Rock You' though the onboard sounds... (via the wonderful Robot Porn blog, which is currently building a MIDI Keytar. Thanks Philip)
     
  2. [M]artin

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    Sounds good! [​IMG]
     
  3. MrLucky

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    Whoa!

    First time I saw the video, I skipped it, 'cause of teh accent =P


    But now... WHOA!
    Wii will rock you.
     
  4. Qpido

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    Wow, that's one fine piece of technology he got going there.
    He did a fantastic job on that thing!

    Q~
     
  5. Sekkyumu

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    Yes incredible work [​IMG].

    Das ist Super !
     
  6. Friction Baby

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    I love the electric guitar that is sweet [​IMG]
     
  7. SYN7HOR

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    Best homebrew yet! I've got loads of synths to test this on, but I can't get it to work!
    I'm using Win XP. M3 lite on the DS. I've installed the loopback driver and wifi connection works fine with games like MK and 42 in 1, but none of the three ds apps can connect. Should I use the ds.gba files or the .ds files?

    What am I missing here?

    EDIT: Awww man.... it's because I'm using Nintendo's official USB connector isn't it?
    EDIT2: "Converted" it to SoftAP, still won't connect. Darn.
    EDIT3: Working now. It was just a matter of AP software setting. Nintendo sucks.
     
  8. clark2k

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    What a great job!

    It's so fantastic I could not imagine how much time he put on it in order to work so perfectly!

    Congratulations!
     
  9. Vincent Vega

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    Holy shit! [​IMG]
    Best homebrew ever! [​IMG]