Can it be operated by touch? KORG app May 14, 2018 04:34 Follow Only partially. The keyboard and pad on the Gadget's screen can be operated by touch. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Comments ForestLogic April 27, 2018 00:32 PLEASE please add in the ability to control musical notation in the scenes with touch screen. I've used KORG M01D on 3DS for hundreds of hours, for several years, and have actually self-released albums with it. The touch screen controls are incredibly intuitive, and without them in KORG Gadget, it makes it incredibly difficult to actually write music. Is this a feature you plan to update into the app? Because unfortunately until it is, I don't see myself using this incredible app. Permalink Ryan Brown April 27, 2018 02:23 Add touch screen support! Are you kidding me!? I can't draw on the screen to write notes and I can't adjust any settings on any machine without a joycon. Those is an atrocious app. I thought this was going to be a software daw. Instead it's terribly designed and useless. This is the biggest dissapointment I've seen from Korg and Nintendo in years. It's a tablet. Use it like a tablet. Users can't even touch the beginning menu for anything. This is terrible. I was waiting for this game for so long. And now it's useless. Even the DS and 3DS games had decent touch screen support. This app needs the ability to navigate and use it without a joycon, it needs some way of cloud saving songs and exporting midi and mp3 or wav. It also could use some USB C OTG midi support. You couldve made something useful. Instead it's a near 50 dollar DOA app. I hate that you dropped the ball on this so bad Permalink Ryan Brown April 27, 2018 02:24 I bought this to check it out and immediately have requested a refund from Nintendo. I highly recommend anyone else who buys this sham of a product to do the same. It's not Korg Gadget, it's a bait and switch move. Permalink Chris Johnson April 27, 2018 02:25 partial touch screen support = total deal breaker for me. no mp3 export doesn't bother me one bit but loss of control schemes found in other versions paired with a sizeable price increase is a bizarre design choice to say the least. if full touch support (i.e. piano roll & knob control) materializes in a future update I will buy instantly but until then I think I'll pass. Permalink Lollie April 27, 2018 02:36 Throwing in another call for complete touchscreen support. This is a pretty silly oversight. Permalink shay B April 27, 2018 08:31 I'm going to contact Nintendo as well. hopefully it's not too late for a refund (fingers crossed). Permalink Trace McCauley April 27, 2018 10:47 Please add more touch support! At least for turning knobs and editing the piano roll. Super disappointed with this and the lack of exporting. Regretting my purchase so far, for $50 I was expecting a serious full featured app. Permalink Rig Lagoon April 27, 2018 14:08 Full touch functionality is absolutely necessary. KORG should consider refunds. Edited by Rig Lagoon April 27, 2018 14:08 Permalink Lynette matusik April 28, 2018 06:12 I can forgive every other limitations but this. Touch on a tablet is essential. The ios model has it, i need this function added before I can justify a purchase. Permalink Jeffrey H May 01, 2018 04:07 Inexcusable, especially since the switch has a perfectly capable 6" touchscreen. Will not be purchasing until touchscreen support has been expanded upon. Permalink Article is closed for comments.