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(14 replies, posted in Trading Post)

sidfx.dk for anyone interested in a nice two sid solution with lots of sound options

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(14 replies, posted in Trading Post)

i personally have a sidfx so everything is protected by that board. good looks tho. lemon64 is a wealth of information

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(14 replies, posted in Trading Post)

Orgia Mode wrote:

Does SD2IEC simply use the user port for power or something else?
I wonder if a 1-to-2 User Port Splitter add-on would be a good option. The majority of user will likely be using a floppy drive emulator as opposed to an official one.

serial port is used for data and power comes from the cassette port.

edit: confusing my port names

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(14 replies, posted in Trading Post)

would you consider adding an additional user port input to the device? this way one would still be able to use sd2iec or similar devices in parallel with the midi sync.

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(0 replies, posted in Trading Post)

as the title states. looking for anyone that has a nanoloop 2.5 cart that isn’t getting much use. must be 2.5 im not looking for any other versions. I’m in the process of recovering an arsenal of tracks written on that version that don’t sound correct in any other iteration. DM me if you can help a homie out. :^ )

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(12 replies, posted in Nintendo Handhelds)

Duck wrote:

I am right in thinking there are three sync modes aren't I? MIDI slave is first, showing nothing? It's not the same as "a"?

So confused as to why I can't get it working...

a is for an incoming analog click to set the timing of the sync and after that is m which is midi out as master. what devices are you trying to slave to your nanoloop? ive had trouble getting my built midi cable to start my digitakt, but works on my tb03. so i just route my tb’s midi out to my digitakt and that works out well.

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(14 replies, posted in LittleGPTracker)

Theta_Frost wrote:

I'll play b2b sets with LSDJ and LGPT (on PSP), where I just beatmatch them in my headphones using the cue on my mixer. The tempo is wonderfully consistent BUT getting it to start on the beat can be quite tricky. Idk if the start button on the PSP is just unresponsive, but even with tap tempo beatmatching is tough.

i dead sync my psps for piggy sets and have never had a problem. you might need to open that hog up and clean your contacts

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(14 replies, posted in LittleGPTracker)

it can’t

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(14 replies, posted in LittleGPTracker)

schismtracker, renoise, milkytracker. a lot of sample based trackers have midi support

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(0 replies, posted in Trading Post)

gp2x is in good condition aside from it missing the plastic joystick cap (those things fall off so easily). you can 3D print one of these or find them on eBay for super cheap. the midi adapter is the clear blue casing originally sold thru kitsch-bent and is fully functioning without any problems.

asking $120, shipping included within the USA~

(pics upon request)


edit: willing to trade for desktop synth modules, a Commodore 64, or nanoloop 2.x carts~ if you have something dope tho feel free to pm

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(4 replies, posted in Trading Post)

selling my nanoloop 2.7.9 cartridge. asking 55 US dollars shipped (usa only)

word

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(114 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Saskrotch wrote:

what do you mean

n64 is definitely all sample based. dump n64 sounds into any sample based tracker i.e. impulse/schism , milkytracker , piggy tracker , etc etc

download the manual korg has provided on their website and . . . read it.

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(8 replies, posted in Trading Post)

b u m p ~ i have two gba ->> cv slave i can include with either of theeeesseee as well.

alex wrote:

It can be 'normal' music

smh