Introducing: The ASOBI NES arcade-style MIDI controller!
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    Default Introducing: The ASOBI NES arcade-style MIDI controller!

    Hey guys! This has been a hella long time in the making, but I'm insanely stoked to show this off:

    The ASOBI NES!

    I've been in love with the aesthetic of the MIDI Fighter ever since I laid eyes on it, and was immediately inspired to take it to the next level! As soon as I laid eyes on my old, busted NES, I knew what I had to do!



    This bad boy uses 20 Sanwa buttons, including the bank changers on the side, and a Teensy++ with way too many wires! ( ̄▽ ̄*)ゞ
    I used the DJTT "How to build your own MIDI controller" video as a base and just added on!
    And I plan on doing more in the future! If you have any questions, ask below and I'll get back to you ASAP!

    Thanks so much to Kyle Mohr for answering my stupid little questions.

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    Nicely done.
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    Good job

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    Looks awesome!!

    Are those vents for a speaker or just air vents? would be cool to stick a Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator inside there so it doubles as a synth when not plugged into a computer
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    I love it! good job

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