Korg Gadget-VR takes music production from studio to headphones


Over the years, Korg’s Gadget app has enabled software-based music production on platforms ranging from ios at Switch, and now he’s making the jump to virtual reality. We don’t know much about Gadget-VR, like how much it will cost or on what platforms it will be available (a brief trailer begins with what appears to be a $ 299 Oculus Quest 2 helmet), but the idea is intriguing.

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According to Korg, the Unreal Engine tool will allow cutting-edge music producers to surround themselves with virtual sequencing equipment of all types and create with virtual table gadgets. Whether or not it replaces the synthesizers that exist in the real world, it perhaps offers more options than would be suitable in a real studio, with a more user-friendly layout than most software applications.

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