thanx for leaving me credit in the image ;D

cool project!

this is awesome. super chill. thanx!

lsdj + pounder

an interface where you create instruments/sounds (lsdj) and then map them to button presses (pounder).
the user can select which button(s) play said sounds. it would be cool to support multi press as well
(e.g. A is a sound but A+DOWN is another sound).

in my personal thriftstore/ebay quests i have found:

grey, black, red, green = all seems pretty easy to find
clear, yellow = are more difficult to find but not bad
blue, white = rare (or really expensive)

blue + white are all that my collection is missing. i just cant
bring myself to pay the ridiculous ebay prices for them.

Timbob wrote:

I should restart my cart guide again that I made back in the 8bc days...
Here's a mirrored link

ahhhhh nostalgia... ;D


(1,620 replies, posted in General Discussion)

xombiexplox wrote:

Okay here's the deal; this is my office and my beat laboratory:

sweet converge turn tables!
im going to see them this sunday!


(20 replies, posted in Nintendo Handhelds)

thanx guys, greatly appreciated.


(12 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Sander von Focus wrote:

I've been using Spreadshirt for some projects. Decent alternatives (for what i understood) are, and what Telerophone said (big cartel).

im with sander, spreadshirt is the way to go.
they have a wide variety of products, printing methods, and ways to set (or not set in my case) commissions.


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Thretris wrote:

Here is tutorial,

here is my frontlit GBC (took about 30 minutes, and cost about 8 bucks)

a friend of mine asked if i would light his GBC,
i head to modretro... and bibin decides to remove his guide tongue
alternative link?

i just take screen shots in an emulator an blow them up in photoshop. when you resize, just make sure your doing it in even precentages (e.g. 200%, 300%, etc) and select "Nearest Neighbor" to preserve hard edges, othewise it will blur the image.

this sounds amazing!


(1,052 replies, posted in Graphics, Artwork & Design)

joythief wrote:



(2 replies, posted in Nintendo Handhelds)

that sounds like pressure on the screen.
liquid crystal does that when there's something pushing on it.
try taking out the foam padding behind the screen.

nanoloop manual wrote:

Nanoloop 1.3 is a stepsequencer, which means that a loop of 16 1/16 notes is played repeatedly while these notes can be edited in various respects like volume, pitch, etc. There are four channels, playing simultaneously.

just because the interface is a 4*4 matrix doesn't mean your music has to be 4/4

mixtape III is epic!
keep it coming!

shitbird wrote:

listen again,and again, and again, ..nothing i don't dig on this.

in total agreement!


(4 replies, posted in Motion Graphics)

that's awesome CS!
and thanx for introducing me to Touch Designer.
i will be playing with that soon! i was very inspired
when i saw this post on their blog (see video)