Hello!

I'm just about to buy myself a new PO-32 by Teenage Engineering. Is it possible to sync it with my gameboy with LSDJ via analog using a modified cable? In case it is, is there any option to sync two gameboys connected through the link cable with the PO-32? I mean, I would love to add more complex drums to my two gameboys based tunes.

Thank you!

There's a thing from catskull that does what you want, but it uses the link port so you won't be able to do it with just two gameboys
https://catskullelectronics.com/analogsync

Might work with a modded 4-way connector but I'm not sure

also the po-32 is SUPER bassy, it might overcrowd the low end combined with lsdj

Problem is that you cant sync LSDj to two different sync methods at same time. I'm currently toying around synccross v2 which would convert LSDj sync to analog sync on the fly. Still no idea will it work and if it will when i have it done as an physical adapter.

thanks!! ok, so I see for the moment it's not possible to think about syncing two gameboys with something else. I think I will have to switch between songs with two gameboys and songs with a gameboy and the PO. It's not that bad though, it will add variety to my performances.

Saskrotch wrote:

also the po-32 is SUPER bassy, it might overcrowd the low end combined with lsdj

is it? I just thought it was a good option to pair with my gameboys... The thing is, although both of them have the prosound mod and I feed the lows with my mixer, I really feel they should have more "kick" when I'm playing live. What do you recommend to pair with a gameboy to achieve this "kick"? I also had the volca kick in mind, but I though the po-32 could be more versatile and add clearer and more complex beats.

ah, I also have a TR-8... could that be an option?

Last edited by dojocasino (Feb 12, 2018 12:14 am)

This will help split the audio out and maybe sync more gameboys... https://www.tindie.com/products/p0k3t0/ … operators/

dojocasino wrote:

What do you recommend to pair with a gameboy to achieve this "kick"? I also had the volca kick in mind, but I though the po-32 could be more versatile and add clearer and more complex beats.

I haven't had a chance to play with the PO-32, but if it's anything like the PO-12, the kicks are *super* punchy. I guess it comes down to how you design them in microtonic (if you use that with the PO-32).

Volca kick is also great, also quite ridiculously bassy, but not as clean. It's definitely good for huge, thunderous, distorted kicks though.

this is a little recording of the tonic I did. No EQing, just straight 1/8" into my laptop, just so you know what kind of low end you're dealing with

https://www.dropbox.com/s/kkj0jl25st5on … m.mp3?dl=0