Thanks heaps to: nitro2k01, Athleos and Low-Gain for pointing out my mistakes and inacurracies.

A question that gets asks from time to time is "How Do I Sync My Game Boy?". The two major Game Boy music programs (Nanoloop and LSDJ) both allow different types of synchronisation.

I thought it might be a good idea to lay out all of the options that are available. Some of the options require various levels of DIY skills - having said that, DIY stuff can be very, very affordable and can bring about a sense of satisfaction (if it works properly, of course).

This is not supposed to be a critique of each sync device (I'm not having a go at anyone!), I'm just trying to make this information available to people.

Might be a little outdated, but it's still relevant. The full post is here here.

Last edited by little-scale (Jan 10, 2010 6:41 pm)

hardcore, Australia

Perhaps the Arduinoboy should be added again, sans MGB.

It can sync nanoloop and LSDJ, and also has a mode to emulate keyboard control in LSDJ.

Tacoma WA

also you should add low-gains midi->GB since it has a pair of midi thru's unlike the orginal firesARTer design