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Sega and Taito coming to KORG Gadget!

Korg released this video showing off 2 new gadgets coming to Gadget! These are from legendary Japanese video game companies Sega and Taito. Sega's Otorii is a drum machine with samples from 7 of their most popular 80's arcade games, while Taito's Ebina is a PCM rompler with synthesis options. Both gadgets are available now on in the Nintendo Switch version of Gadget. The iOS version got a minor update yesterday, but the new Gadgets were not included.

DETUNE posted a 26 minute demo without any speaking.This promo from KORG is presently only available in Japanese. Update: They added English subtitles. Thanks to SodaMountain for pointing this out.

Video Description:

The Dream Collaboration between ‘SEGA’ and ‘TAITO’ becomes reality! Version 3.0 of the KORG Gadget for Nintendo Switch is released with 2 new gadgets.
http://www.korg.com/news/2019/0704/

KORG Gadget for Nintendo Switch is the collaboration of the century between SEGA and Taito! You can now have both the rhythm sound generator gadget ‘Otorii’ (which uses samples of music based on 80s SEGA arcade games) and Synthesizer gadget ‘Ebina’* with sound recorded based on FM sounds. Along with the already implemented Bandai Namco sound system ‘Kamata’, this collaboration will allow for you to experience and enjoy truly inspiring sound.


And please visit the special site of KORG Gadget for Nintendo Switch!
http://gadget.korg.com/nintendo_switch/

Download at Nintendo e-shop.
https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail...

KORG Gadget for Nintendo Switch was jointly developed with DETUNE Ltd and is sold by DETUNE Ltd.
http://www.detune.co.jp/

OTORII DEMO SONG -Super Miraclelation-
Compose & Programming by Hiro.

EBINA DEMO SONG Torrent of “Z”-
Compose & Programming by Yasuhisa Watanabe (Yack.)

Reader Comments 5

Samples... meh.
July 04, 2019  | person dysamoria
Tim wrote: "Korg released this video showing off 2 new gadgets coming to Gadget! "

Has Korg said that these will be coming to iOS Gadget or Mac Gadget or are they just for the Switch version?
July 04, 2019  | person_outline Simon
The video has functioning English subtitles in the YouTube app. You have to activate them through the options menu.
sodamountain wrote: "The video has functioning English subtitles in the YouTube app."

The subtitles don't answer my question: has Korg said that these will be coming to iOS Gadget or Mac Gadget or are they just for the Switch version?
July 05, 2019  | person_outline Simon
Agreed about the samples. Korg/Sega could have given us a 4-op Genesis soundchip emulation, but it appears that’s a nope. Disappointing.
July 05, 2019  | person_outline Northland
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