KORG DS-10 originally came to Nintendo DS in 2008. Instead of being a game, it was a program which users could make their own music with. In 2010, North American gamers were given another taste of the program with KORG DS-10 Plus. This version had a few new features which could be accessed when played on a DSi.
This week, Detune shared information and a trailer for their next game. KORG M01D, based off the massively popular Korg M1 synthesizer, is heading to the 3DS. Unlike the previous titles which hit retail, this version is an eShop exclusive. Users will be able to share songs with others via wi-fi. In case people wish to edit their music beyond the 3DS, they'll also be able to grab their projects from the SD card for later PC use.
Japan is set to get their hands on the software in May but the rest of the world has to wait until Summer. The trailer shows off features as well as a song composed with KORG M01D by Nobuyoshi "Sanodg" Sano: