i've wiped the cart so there's nothing on it at the moment - i'd come down to 30+postage


Selling the following:

Clear DMG, Blue Backlight (but I usually invert lsdj so it looks a cool blue/white). bought and fitted it myself from kitsch years ago, can't remember which v the backlight is but it's bright, All clear buttons. 1/8" Prosounded at the bottom - speaker removed for some reason. £50

EMS Cart, the transparent blue, non-usb variety - battery recently gave up the ghost after eight (lol) years. Has some version 3.x.x of lsdj on it. (for anyone that cares this is the cart I wrote realization, turbo city, outbrk etc etc on) - £40

LSDJMC2 Midi Interface. One of the DJ Transformer ones, it works fine for what it is - can't say i've had a lot of use out of it but maybe someone out there's looking for one. I lost the battery adapter so you'll need a 9v power adapter for it. £50

Kenton Midi USB Host - Neat little box you plug a usb cable in one end and get midi in/out from the other. I used it to interface an OP-1 to a modular, but there are lots of other possibilities. http://www.kentonuk.com/products/items/ … host.shtml - £40

Ableton APC40 Mk1 - works fine, no midi stepping etc - the crossfader cap and around 8 of the black knobcaps are missing. I was going to source them and sell it on gumtree/ebay but if anyone wants to take it as is, price is £80

UK only for the bigger stuff, I don't mind posting the other stuff wherever as long as postage is paid smile


hey man - just saw this - could you email me (sabrepulse AT gmail) and i'll find out what the problem is, cheers!

less than a week to this now!

there are tickets available here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/analog-a … 3112532939

you can still chance it on the door but the venue is 150 cap + looks like it's gonna be busy


Hey guys, i'm super pumped to be putting together ANALOG ATTACK 4

September 20th, Star Of Kings London, 7pm-1am, £5 entry on the doors (no tickets)

Live performances from:







DJ set from Frans Twisk from EINDBAAS (NL)

Live visuals from LAZERSAUSAGE (ESP)

The venue just had a new stage installed, and has a funktion 1 soundsystem!!!

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/306950516150354/

Resident advisor event: http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?624944

Flyer below, see you there!

are there any difference to what I need to solder up? From my understanding and limited research, it seems like a few people on here have done the mod, or are familiar enough with the insides of it to be in the know.

My worry is that because the sgb2 runs from a different cpu (pocket), I could run into problems.

hey guys - as per the title, i'm trying to find out if there are any differences with propounding a super gameboy 2 compared with the original. Can't seem to find anyone online that's done one & documented it, hopefully someone here knows/could give me a heads up?



(11 replies, posted in Nintendo Handhelds)

yeah those are c64 drums, non of that track is lsdj btw smile

sooooo here's the thing. I've been writing some new lsdj stuff in an emulator (openemu) because it's fast and looks great on a big screen. Today I go to load up the .sav onto a cart and literally can't find it anywhere.

10 minutes of digging turns out that openemu uses a system-wide proprietary save state system, which is incredibly frustrating as the actual gb/gba emulator core it's running is VBA, which absolutely has a battery save function....

To anyone out there that might know better than I, am I doomed to chalk this one upto experience or is there a method of extracting the save somehow from openemu?

a few things i've tried in vain:

1. loading up the rom in it's current directory, in an actual copy of VBA
2. pulling one of open emu's proprietary save state's out, renaming it to LSDJ.sav and loading it onto the cart (bc y'never know)
3. tearing my hair out


(17 replies, posted in General Discussion)

the chippy melodies and bass on the first crush ep are stuff I (and luke/knife city on the title track) recorded from lsdj.

'Verao' is complete fakebit, mainly using the 'pooboy' vst if i remember

fyi the drums on first crush are all samples

Seabass wrote:

Unfortunately, to cease distribution via Reverbnation, you apparently have to pay them to take content down --- which explains why the non-selling mp3s are still up in places.

I'm already getting in touch with Reverbnation and making sure the content gets removed from Spotify/Amazon/etc immediately. Grooveshark is basically a lost case, though sending them DMCA notices occasionally works.

well he better pay the sites to take them down in that case, although I can't seem to find any info on having to pay to take your own tracks down....

also, to the artists affected a quicker solution might be to email [email protected] and ask them to take down your tracks. Link your releases/press etc so they can determine if you own the rights.

Obviously the guys who did the postal service/kesha covers might have a hard time with that

fyi, here's reverbnation's copyright policy which he agreed to when he took out the account and uploaded the music to the various stores through them:

You must use the Reverb Store Services in a manner that demonstrates common sense and respect for the rights of us and third parties and in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. You will be solely and exclusively responsible for ensuring that any content or materials that you submit to we for use with your Products ("Content"), comply with the terms and conditions of this Agreement and the Site Terms and Conditions of Use, as well as all applicable laws, regulations and rules. You will not design, produce, market or sell a Product that, as determined by us in our sole and absolute discretion:
(i) is generally offensive or inappropriate (keep in mind that we are strongly in favor of freedom of expression, but at the end of the day, we need to be able to have sole discretion to remove certain content);
(ii) is unlawful, would constitute, assist or encourage a criminal offense, or that would violate any local, state, national, or international law, rule or regulation;
(iii) you do not have the lawful right to design, produce, market, sell or distribute;
(iv) misrepresents your affiliation with any person or entity;
(v) infringes the rights of a third party, including, without limitation, copyrights, trademarks, patents, trade secrets, and rights of privacy and publicity;
(vi) is libelous, defamatory or slanderous;
(vii) is obscene or pornographic; or
(viii) is harmful to, or exploitative of, minors in any way.
While we have no obligation to monitor the transactions made through your Store, we reserve the right to cancel any such transaction or take any other action to restrict access to or the availability of any material that may be considered to be objectionable, without any liability to you or any third party.

I've bolded out the clauses that apply

8BitStellar wrote:

I uploaded through Reverbnation, which I believe to be a distribution site. I am under no contract. I deleted my Reverb account, but the music is still on the other sites. All I want is to move forward after everything is said and done. I have not committed any crime against the chiptune community since the ordeal I pulled in 2010. I will do what I can to make things right between myself and the affected artists like yourself Sabrepulse.

Shirobon wrote:

Well.. it's good to have come out, but from convos i've seen you have said to have made '200-300 bucks in one year alone'.

So in all honestly that sum of profit you have made should be spit and sent to the artists who have put hard work onto creating the songs. It's not just theft of music.. it's also taking something personal

That would be the first step to setting things right!

I would have no problem looking at a royalties list and allocating who gets what and how much.

you need to find the emails from reverbnation about your account, get in contact with them and have the music removed with immediate effect. explain the situation to them and they will do it quickly, the last thing they want to deal with is a bunch of artists claiming copyright over something they have distributed.

8bitstellar, did you upload the music using a distribution agency/company, or did you upload it to each site individually? If you have a contract with a distro company you just email them (or log into your distro account) and delete it from there.

As much as I seriously deplore what you did, especially as some of the artists involved are good friends of mine - it takes something to apologise. I don't know if you genuinely mean it or you've come to the understanding that this could lead you into some serious trouble but either way it's a good thing and I think others should appreciate that you're trying to sort it out.

I think the final thing i'll say about it is that you should be transparent with the details of the payments you have collected from this endeavour, post the details to the community here so that we can work out what each artist is owed and get it to them without needing to go through legal proceedings.


(62 replies, posted in Releases)

I bought this on friday and dj'd part 2 out at a huge festival in europe - the crowd went absolutely nuts. It's an incredible achievement and you should be really proud!

tinymeows wrote:

Cos i've been completely missing whatever you've been organising.
How/ Where do you advertise these events?
I've actually just signed up to here to ask you this.
-EDIT: ok, so i'm looking at this forum, and theres crap loads of stuff i missed. WHY WHY WHY was this stuff not shoved in my face on facebook? D: BLAH. Please advertise MOAR AND HARDER. I would have been shaking my ass at so many events if i'd known... /edit

Last chip thing happened round here worth going to that i found out about was Sabrepulse playing in Camden. Which was boss.
I was the nutter dancing at the front.

To whoever organised this:
~PLEASE~ give me(+the rest of london) more advance notice of chip gigs in future. I am now scrambling to book train tickets back to London so i can be there >.<  LOVE YOU THOUGH! SO SO SO SO SO MUCH! Just need to find someone to go with D';

Hey, just a heads up - We haven't had a huge amount of time to put this together and promote it yet, but there is still two weeks to go! It's not as if you've just found a gig listing the day before!