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Pan Noise & TEMPO Noise (Circuit Bent Gameboy Noise)

By tobokegao on April 13, 2018 11:06 pm

LSDj 4.7.3

I created four kinds of different kinds of loops and simultaneously played pannoise on each of the four channels of LSDj.

Up to now I was fluctuating the tempo with Circuit Bent Gameboy 's TEMPO knob only, but this time I added' LSDj 's TEMPO also changing in real time'.

The higher the TEMPO on the LSDj side, the greater the hum noise of the GAMEBOY itself.

At last, I noticed that the effect of "Boost (Circuit Short) button" of Circuit Bent Gameboy is amplifying "Ham noise of GAMEBOY" greatly than "Sound driven with LSDj".

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April 16, 2018 2:08 am

Oh damn the difference in hum is actually extremely interesting, great exploration into sound heart

April 22, 2018 9:56 pm

wild 8bit experimentation, havent heard anyone do this so far

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