I use the Game Boy Camera essentially to create music loops, although sometimes I enjoy taking pictures, I then transferred via a Super Game Boy cartridge.
What I particularly like about this cartridge is its versatility: you can play (Space Invader-like, and Juggling RunRunRun), photograph and create loops Lo-Fi through play "DJ". For a few euros, you can not ask for more.
The latter mode, also known as Trippy-H is a sequencer 4 votes, including two synthesizers, a noise for rhythm parts and FX channel.
Finally, I use more often than the Game Boy Camera as other cartridges (MGB Nanoloop, LSDJ) because its versatile side (kill a few minutes while export track, make funny pictures and create electronic loops Lo-Fi) the makes it essential to my home studio, as fixed nomadic; he even supplanted Tetris!
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sin's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Indispensable!"
The Game Boy Camera, lets you take pictures, edit, make DJing ... But above all has a program controlling the synthesis of the Game Boy sound coupled with a step sequencer! To access it you must past a little game of Space Invaders and killed one of two aliens presenting themselves (it acts as menu! OO '...). Once on the page of the DJ (you can put your head through the camera!), One can access the Synth strictly speaking. So you can drive 2 OSC with adjustable waveform and "drawable hand", envelope modulation and panoramic! In addition, there is a white noise well "arcade" to sequence a few percs or effects. All this is complemented by the small step sequencer "to 303" for the sequence 2 + NOISE OSC.
Here! Bah grain ............ This is pure video game for 80 years! (And it costs less than a SID station)
You can make small sequences very "Mario" with the grain inimitable!
Use with fresh batteries to minimize noise at the headphone output.