Showing posts with label Nintendo. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nintendo. Show all posts

Monday, October 25, 2021

The legend of Strymon Zelzah ( on Synthesizers! )

video upload by Avrilcadabra

“Wondered what the Strymon Zelzah sounds like on synths, lets find out

Hi Strymon sent me the Zelzah to show it on synths and things that are not guitars. It's not a review but I give some thoughts at the end. I've marked this video as a paid promotion as the pedal was at no cost to me, but I was not paid to make this video.

You can find out the specs on the Zelzah here

Gear used

Sony Trinitron PVM
Zoom H6
Dirtywave M8
Akai Force
Behringer TD-3
Realistic Moog MG-1
Sega Megadrive
Strymon Zelzah
Strymon Bluesky

#strymon #zelzah

I tried to mention or show everytime I used the bluesky.
On the final clip with the Force the bluesky is on for the majority of it.
in the split stereo neutron clip, theres hall reverb from the mixer added.

Subtitles around 8 50 are meant to say it sounds more dramatic on grittier tones. My brain failed typing that one, long day.

0:00 Intro
0:11 Sega Megadrive
2:17 Moog MG-1
3:05 Gameboy
3:44 Split Stereo Neutrons
4:48 Midi CC to M8
6:25 M8 Drums
7:25 TD-3
8:43 Akai Force EP & Pro's and Cons”

Saturday, October 23, 2021

MARIO PAINT MUSIC COMPOSER - The Music Production Suite For Super Nintendo

video upload by LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER

Download the extended song/watch back livestreams/extra vids + to support the projects :)
it also funds ! @THIS MUSEUM IS (NOT) OBSOLETE so people can play this kinda stuff"

Sunday, October 17, 2021


video upload by LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER

Super MIDI Pak turns your SNES into a MIDI synthesizer!

Wednesday, September 01, 2021

Gameboy Advance Eurorack MIDI Module (Gameboy Synthesizer)

video upload by RY0G4 _

"Gameboy Advance Eurorack MIDI Module (Gameboy Synthesizer)

Enjoy It!"

Wednesday, August 04, 2021


Announcement - The Future And The Museum! - This Museum Is (Not) Obsolete

video upload by LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER

"Just a quick bit of an update! Regarding the museum which is finally open!"

MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING ELSE, a quick tour #Shorts
video upload by LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER

"Quick tour of the museum of everything else.

we are only opening every sunday due to the pandemic,
we are offering very limited ticketed entry.
Each monday the following Sundays ticket link is posted to Patreon and youtube membership to offer people to get the ticket which is £6 entry.
Then on the Wednesday the link is made public if any tickets are left.
The reason for this is because patrons helped fund it so to avoid a ticket scramble they get a chance to book, if you want a head start any tier on patreon/youtube membership has access to these links.
When we are out of the woods regarding the pandemic it will be a lot less restricted entry and ticket links will be public and we will accept walk ins, however right now it is strictly ticketed entry."

Saturday, July 10, 2021

Super MIDI Pak turns you SNES into a MIDI synthesizer!

video upload by Super MIDI Pak

"Inside your SNES is a MIDI synthesizer waiting to be set free... With Super MIDI Pak the wait is now over. Available for pre-order now at"


Compatible with Super Famicom, NTSC/PAL Super Nintendo, and Super NT
16 polyphonic channels with independent settings
Standard MIDI sustain, sostenuto, legato switch, portamento (glide), pitch bend, vibrato, pan, volume
MIDI mono mode (mode 4) with legato operation
All SPC700 DSP registers are directly writable via CC messages, including echo registers
USB Micro-B and 3.5" TRS Type A MIDI interfaces, cables not included
USB interface is galvanically isolated to prevent ground loop noise
Save / restore device state
Play existing SPC files
Companion web application can convert samples from WAV and SPC files and upload them to the synth
Firmware upgradable"

Friday, June 18, 2021

Gameboy Ambient | Nintendo Game Boy, Mutable Instruments Beads & Make Noise Strega

video by Akihiko Matsumoto

Friday, April 09, 2021

Korg DS-10 Jam - Nintendo DS Lite

video by Marcus Padrini

Wednesday, April 07, 2021

Ambient | Game Boy, Make Noise Strega & Roland AIRA DEMORA

video by Akihiko Matsumoto

Synth1: Make Noise Strega
Synth2: Nintendo Game Boy
Synth3: Nintendo Game Boy
DJ Mixer: Roland AIRA Demora
Analog Clock to Gameboy: Roland AIRA Demora
Master Comp/Limitter: iZotope Ozone9

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Make Noise Strega / Game Boy LSDj / WMD Geiger Counter / Strymon Big Sky Day1

video by Akihiko Matsumoto

Music by Akihiko Matsumoto -​
Mixer: Ableton Live
Synth1: Make Noise Strega
Synth2: Game Boy LSDj
Distortion FX: WMD Geiger Counter
Reverb: Strymon Big Sky
Comp/Limitter: iZotope Ozone9
Camera: Sony a7RII (Zeiss 24-70mm F4)

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Onputor CompuRythm GAMEBOY synthesizer

video by Blue Angelo

"Jam session with Gameboy Onputor B6 , a little four operator synth.
Emulated in Anbernic RG350
ARP2600 VST synth / Equinoxe patch"

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Synth Jam 80: Korg DSN-12 para Nintendo 3DS

video by Marcus Padrini

"O Korg DSN-12 para Nintendo 3DS é a evolução do Korg DS-10, lançado originalmente para a linha DS.

Várias tracks com synths baseados nos sintetizadores clássicos da linha MS, como o Korg MS-10 e MS-20, estão disponíveis para você criar suas músicas diretamente no console portátil da Nintendo.

Destaque para o osciloscópio em 3D, aproveitando a tela 3D do 3DS e do icônico som do filtro da linha MS. Se vc tiver um 3DS por aí, não deixe de experimentar. O DSN-12 está na eshop e é diversão garantida!"


"The Korg DSN-12 for Nintendo 3DS is the evolution of the Korg DS-10, originally launched for the DS line.

Several tracks with synths based on the classic MS line synthesizers, such as the Korg MS-10 and MS-20, are available for you to create your music directly on Nintendo's portable console.

Highlight for the 3D oscilloscope, taking advantage of the 3DS 3D screen and the iconic MS line filter sound. If you have a 3DS out there, be sure to try it out. The DSN-12 is in the eshop and it's guaranteed fun!"

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

United Simesky Institutes

Supporting member, United Simesky Institutes' first release from 2018.

"While it's obscure on Bandcamp, the songs found appreciation through the popular 8-Bit Guy YouTube channel, or within other compilations on Bandcamp like the Bedroom Cassette Masters series. The song "Super Mullets" especially is a sort of a minor hit on Soundcloud.

Instruments used include: Korg MS-20, Yamaha SY-85, Roland TR-505, Korg Volca Keys, Korg Volca Sample, Gameboy, an old Crumar organ and electric guitars."

Monday, March 08, 2021

Synth Jam 79 : Korg Gadget for Nintendo Switch

video by Marcus Padrini

Saturday, November 21, 2020

*Zelda Month* VGM #180: Molgera - Wind Waker [Synthwave Cover]

Amie Waters

"#Zeldamonth is finally here! I know I am running super late, but putting out Anointed Merit took more time than expected, and then I just had to cover RNC so things got delayed. But, I think the wait will be worth it. Here's my first cover and it is quite the banger. There will still be 3 more Zelda covers, regardless of how long they take me to finish, so know that you are getting the full Zelda Month experience, even if it extends to December.


Thursday, October 08, 2020

TINRS Fenix IV + Gameboy + Circuit bent NAVA = ❤

Making Sound Machines

"TINRS Fenix IV + Nintendo Gameboy + Circuit bent NAVA = ❤️ This patch brings together so many things we love: our original UGB Nintendo Gameboy running 8bit bleeps with nanoloop, our circuit bent elicktronic NAVA TR909 clone and the insane bag of tricknology that is This is Not Rocket Science's Fenix IV modular synth in-a-box! The NAVA is an exact copy of the famous Roland TR909 circuits, hacked by us with 34 mods to vastly expand the sonic palette of the instrument, and processed through our Eurorack using the serge wave multiplier on kick and the cre8audio chipz on claps for more oomph. The bassline is the lovely FM mode of the TINRS Fenix' digital oscillator, run through the stereo digital filter (honestly the best I've ever heard - Stijn, Lauri, you need to make this a module) and modulated with the wobbler complex LFO. The nintendo Gameboy is clocking the Fenix sequencer, processed through two VCAs and then mangled through the Fenix' stereo delay - a lot of the lovely pitch sweeps and groovy sixteenth note runs spring into existence in this awesome submodule. Finally, big thank you klanggenerator for selling us the NAVA case! We had to drill some extra holes in it :)"

Thursday, September 10, 2020

Nintendo Switch Synthesizer!


"I made a synthesizer on the #Nintendo Switch

I made this using the programming language Fuze.
You can learn more about #Fuze here

If you already know about and have Fuse and want to download this synth project to your Switch you can use The Code is N9FSENNDNR"

Saturday, August 22, 2020

Level One - Synthwave Track


"An original composition inspired by retro game music and a video paying homage to the games I've played in my youth. All the sounds were created on a C64 computer using the Mssiah cartridge. Taken from my EP called 'C64 is your friend'. Hope this brings some enjoyment and thanks for checking it out."

Thursday, July 30, 2020

A look inside the Modified Nes Controller To Make Modular Synths Talk To A Nintendo NES


"This is a little extra talk about the controller built in this video :"



Friday, July 10, 2020

Chip Maestro - 8 bit chiptune MIDI synthesizer cartridge for NES

via this auction

"Chip Maestro 8 bit synthesizer cartridge for NES. I bought this from the original kickstarter years ago, but have never really used it. Just popped it in the NES and tried it out for a few minutes. This is very easy to use, but does not display anything on the screen while it's plugged in - everything is configured via MIDI. The instruction booklet is available on"

You can find some demos in previous posts here.

The last one featured for sale, in 2013, had a green case.


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