Chiptune lovers Ninstrument
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    Just released this to the wild.







    Link to the dedicated site.
    http://www.absolutextremes.com/ninstrument/

    This is our first prototype. It contains 2 original Gameboys and a first gen NES. All controlled by midi. Video coming in a few weeks.
    Bring on the game sounds!

    Comments and suggestions welcome. I know some of you like those original game system sounds.

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    Wow that's awesome. It'll match my bed sheets now.


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    Those are sick!!!!

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    This is pretty epic. I was wondering; there don't appear to be any demo's up on the web page though, don't suppose there are any about?
    I need to get my gameboy back from my friend and get back into making some chiptune, I've been wanting to sync lsdj to traktor for a while now!
    Macbook, S4, Novation Launchpad, Korg nanoKontrol, TSP2, Ableton 8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ApplianceTyrant View Post
    Wow that's awesome. It'll match my bed sheets now.

    It is my dream to nail some chick on that bed.

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    Here is a quick vid using Traktor and Ableton!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pG5H81O6kU

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    Holy shit! Very impressive. Plus that looks super cool even to non-musicians.

    When do you think you might sell these and what price range are you considering?

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    We will have more pricing and availability info after we build our second prototype. Right now we are making major and minor design changes. One major design change will be removable carts for the Gameboys, allowing you to run whatever software you want. LSDJ, or Nanoloop or whatever you want.

    We have some firsts of their kind in the industry too, so stay tuned if you are interested in this kind of sound. We will start building the next prototype in four weeks and we will have a step by step build guide on how we build these up on our site.

    If you have any ideas or suggestions, let me know.
    www.absolutextremes.com/ninstrument

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