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Thanks to Korg, gamers will soon be able to make music on the Nintendo Switch

Come spring of 2018, users of the Nintendo Switch can also double as music producers. Thanks to Korg — the Japanese musical instrument and equipment company — the two will become one.

Korg is known for making professional keytars, synths, and other music gadgets, but the new music production game for the Nintendo Switch opens up a world of endless possibilities in gaming meets productions.

While much remains to be known about the new app, its micro-site has just gone live. The publication 4Gamer has also noted Korg Gadget — which previously started out on the iPad, iPhone, and Mac —  is an optimized version of a digital audio workstation or DAW. Korg Gadget will use the Joy-Con’s motion sensors and include multiplayer options for up to four players.

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Korg Gadget for the Nintendo Switch arrives Spring 2018.

H/T: Mixmag

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