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blast!

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...I was not expecting such beautiful vocals...

Oh, right. Now I remember why I didn't respond to this thread earlier.

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We've really come full circle in the new decade where we start falling for old internet pranks again. When are we bringing rage comics back?

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We’re getting nostalgic for memes now. It’s gonna be a weird future.

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https://youtube.com/watch?v=L5SDdg0h22M

Actual cool vid. Japanese keyboardists playing SMW songs that sounds like the actual SNES tracks. I wish there was some info on the hardware. I think I saw a strafefox video that mentioned a keyboard with a sound chip very similar to the SNES. I wonder if this is it or if they’re just MIDI controllers or something.

Monkey wrote:
January 17th, 2020, 2:31 am
https://youtube.com/watch?v=L5SDdg0h22M

Actual cool vid. Japanese keyboardists playing SMW songs that sounds like the actual SNES tracks. I wish there was some info on the hardware. I think I saw a strafefox video that mentioned a keyboard with a sound chip very similar to the SNES. I wonder if this is it or if they’re just MIDI controllers or something.
People have done this same kind of thing with the Yamaha YM2612 (main audio chip from the Genesis). FOR EXAMPLE With some clever FPGA or microcontroller work, it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to convert MIDI signals into the code that operates an actual S-SMP chip.

Also, if you like this kind of thing and also like horror: Link

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Warp2063 wrote:
January 17th, 2020, 10:31 am
Also, if you like this kind of thing and also like horror: Link
Yeah, that channel is right up my alley. There's one where he makes a display using gameboys as one pixel each.

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Monkey wrote:
January 17th, 2020, 2:31 am
https://youtube.com/watch?v=L5SDdg0h22M
Actual cool vid. Japanese keyboardists playing SMW songs that sounds like the actual SNES tracks.
Wow, that's fantastic. Sounds bang on, and some of the parts were incredibly quick too. The castle theme was particularly interesting because you can see during the faster part that it's not just one person playing every note, it looks like it's multiple people filling in their exact part to create the quick effect. Really well done!


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