It's out this week and costs under $50.
After being teased late in 2017, Gadget For Nintendo Switch will finally arrive on April 26th at a price of $48.
The software contains 16 instruments, which can be sequenced, recorded, mixed and arranged within the program to form complete tracks. (Japanese video game developer Namco collaborated with KORG on one of these devices, which is called Kamata.) The Switch's Joy-Con controllers can be mapped to parameters, sending haptic feedback to the user via vibrations.
There's also a "multi-player mode," allowing up to four players to work on the same project simultaneously. The software was developed with DETUNE Ltd.
Watch a Japanese promo video with English subtitles.