NDS Music homebrew?

Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by anime_junkie, May 17, 2008.

  1. anime_junkie
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    anime_junkie GBAtemp Fan

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    NOT as in music players, or music games, but like music creation/manipulation programs. It's for a friend, and I already got DScratch and NitroTracker for him. And then there's that Jam Sessions thing, but I don't know what that's about.

    Any other neat music programs out there? Commercial or otherwise?
     
  2. ojsinnerz.

    ojsinnerz. Damned

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    Jam sessions is a virtual Guitar.

    There is the "Korg" or something like that, whihc is made for making music, and music only. It's not out yet, but it's coming out this year. Here's some info: http://blog.wired.com/games/2008/03/korg-10-ds-turn.html
     
  3. Ferrariman

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    Korg DS-10 is coming soon. It a music maker.

    EDIT: Damn! Not ninja enough! [​IMG]
     
  4. ojsinnerz.

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    Only Asians can be true ninjas, young one [​IMG] .

    Also, on topic, you can use the piano application, with a name I forgot, and it has a free mode, which you can use to make music, etc.
     
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    Woah, korg looks cool. I'll be sure to watch out for it.

    Off topic: talk about coincidence, oj, I'm marathoning Shigofumi right now. Good show.
     
  6. ojsinnerz.

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    On topic: I think the Korg was getting localized. And if I'm correct, it should be out around the date the Japanese one comes out.

    Off-topic: Great show, but the last 2 eps were very rushed, and awkward. But I enjoyed the series a lot anyway.
     
  7. Dylan

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    The Korg one will be really good hopefully. My Dad stocks that in his shop. Lots of fun.
     
  8. DanTheManMS

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    There's PianoVero and StrumMe, but those are more for messing around rather than serious music creation.
     
  9. notnarb

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    You're pretty much limited to nitrotracker
    You're probably thinking of MyMeloDS but it is definitely not intended for music creation. Nitrotracker beats it in every way in that aspect