MATRIXSYNTH: BANDAI NAMCO Video Game Synth Engine "Kamata" & More Arrive for KORG Gadget

Thursday, June 30, 2016

BANDAI NAMCO Video Game Synth Engine "Kamata" & More Arrive for KORG Gadget

Kamata - Trailer (KORG Gadget and BANDAI NAMCO Studios) Published on Jun 30, 2016 Korg
Update: Re-Published on Jul 1, 2016

"An unprecedented collaboration between KORG Gadget and BANDAI NAMCO Studios!

The mobile music creation app 'KORG Gadget', which won best mobile music app at Europe’s musical instrument show, Musikmesse 2016, has another major update! The new version 2.5 (codename: Kamata) developed in collaboration with BANDAI NAMCO Studios adds the synthesizer 'Kamata' which features a reconstructed 'Waveform Memory Sound Generator', the sound engine that produced so many legendary game sounds in the eighties!

In addition, we have added two more gadgets: 'Gladstone', with genuine drum sounds you can really feel, and “Madrid”, featuring acoustic bass, electric bass and 6 different amps for creating dynamic bass sounds! We have also installed 8 new effects, making it possible to create powerful bass tracks with more flexibility than ever before."

iTunes: KORG Gadget - KORG INC.

The update also includes the following:

What's New in Version 2.5.0
● Native Support: Works flawlessly with nanoKEY Studio and nanoKONTROL Studio
● Kamata: Video game sound gadget developed in collaboration with BANDAI NAMCO Studios (in-app purchase possible)
● Gladstone: Rich acoustic drum gadget that allows you to control the ambience exactly as you like (In-app purchase possible)
● Madrid: Bass gadget that creates real and dynamic sounds and includes 6 different amps (in-app purchase possible)
● Better Effects: Added 8 new effects. Insert FX increased to 5 (maximum)
● Other enhancements to make Gadget easier to use

Note the three new synth engines are in-app purchases. Also note the video denotes Wave Table and not Wavetable. Just thought that was an interesting distinction.

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