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Desc:Swedish Man repurposes an electric organ to be an 8-bit synthesizer
Category:Educational, Arts
Tags:Sweden, Synthesizer, chiptune, talent
Submitted:Father Avalanche
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Crab Mentality
This guy's clearly quite skilled. So why does an audiophile have such poor audio when he's speaking?
What you're mistaking for poor audio quality is, in fact, the Swedish accent.

As a pianist and fellow faggot myself, I was moderately pleased at first. Using and tweaking simple chiptune waveforms, while cool, is something you can do with any decent synth or pirated copy of Reason.

But then he started doing Tetris with the pedals, and I just about blew a nerd nut!

He totally snarfs Wiley's Castle, but I can forgive him.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq.
Having a load of midi keyboards and software for using in bands + making music I always find that I end up playing whatever real physical instruments (guitars or whatever) are lying around at the time.. Thats cus you just enter a room and pick it up start messing around, whereas for midi, its boot up computer / sound card, load software etc. I *never* do that unless your specifically working on something.

I told someone once I had a JX-305 Groovesynth and they asked what OS it was released on.


Yeah, the only thing I use the computer for is Pro Tools for work only (because pro tools is horrible, 20 year old technology that I'd never use for my own stuff), and I just started using Usine. But 99% of the time I end up just sitting around with a guitar or MPC because they are more tactile and having limitations is good.

Olus I still haven't heard anything that sounds like an NES sqare wave. there're some weird overtones in there that "real" synths done make.

Ironically, the closest I've gotten is an unmodified Yamaha electric organ.

It even has the arpeggio. Best I've spent in years.

This is one of the cooler things I've seen though.

Innocent Bystander
Oh fuck you, guy.
making me log in and shit, awesome
That's nice. I want one.
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