I've contacted these guys twice about ordering. No response! Why am I being left out of the Loop? I even bought a GameBoy!
posted Tuesday, 31-Oct-00 at 15:51
a part-timer user
from usa writes:
I got mine about two days ago, been anxiously awaiting to hear one, even got myself the old gameboy to play it. I was not disappointed. No, it doesn't sound like a Jupiter 6, it sounds like a video game, but that doesn't make it a bad thing. It's not meant to be an all in one, but for some quirky loops in your tracks, this works very well. I have a very mobile setup with this, a mini-mixer, a small fx processor, and a yamaha VSS-30. And it's all realtime, no rendering time at all. My only complaint is the interface, you will *not* figure this out without the manual by your side for awhile. But, for $75 shipped (and 12.00 for the game boy, purchased seperately) it's a deal. Pick one up!
posted Saturday, 21-Oct-00 at 11:51
a hobbyist user
from Germany writes:
This softsynth rocks. It can be very groovy, when you run the Gameboy Out through a preamp and an equalizer. Though it punches much better on an old Gameboy than the newer ones. If you like weird noises and drums, kind of cheap but not lo-fi, something not so rough like SIDstation, but still very original and cool (and you won´t find a softsynth plus step sequencer which you can carry around, for a lower price) GO AND GET IT!
Rating: 10 out of 10
posted Friday, 07-Jul-00 at 10:42
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