The best thing to do is to make an arduinoboy and plug it in midi !
I use a similar setup nowaday I plug the audio output and the midi ports of my Atari ST in the Audio/MIDI Inputs of the Electribe (I have an E2Sampler).
Turn off the Audio In Thru, if you need stereo or mono, sacrifice 1 or 2 tracks on your electribe and choose Audio In MN or Audio In ST after than on this same track(s) live record that same channel by holding the pads from the beginning to the end of your Pattern after that you can totally tweak your gameboy (Atari ST for me) with everything you got in this little beast ! (Filter, LFO, FX and Master FX, etc.)
Another trick I found for live stuff, while your pattern is playing go in the sequencer mode of the Audio In track(s) and turn off some pads to get a sick live gater !
Maybe you know all of this already but it's the tips I'm giving you with the E2 and chips ! ...If you didn't do it already you can hack your E2 so it will become a E2 Sampler !
...Oh I almost forgot. If you think that the Audio In volume is not really loud and you see that it Clip(or nearly clipping) tweak the Edit knob a bit (but not too much because it will be too loud !)
PS.: Some of these tricks are if you want to sync for example LSDJ...Never tried stuff like mGB so I cant really help you on this one !
Last edited by XyNo (March 9, 2017 6:51 pm)