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Publié le 09/25/07 à 06:15
- How long have you use it?

1 month

- What is so special that you like most and least?

My addition: The sounds (which can create better than Nintendo's 8 bit?)
Portable machine and that's cool!
Not tried but can sync between game boy with Nanoloop or Midi
Mode song or Live!
32 MB memory for storing songs.

My least: Notice in English only
Software difficult to take control of even tt is very well thought out but
9 control panel to manage with 8 buttons ... Also you need some knowledge
sound synthesis to find sounds that are "random". the envelope does
are not plotted but like this ---> A8.


- Have you tried many other models before buying it?

Nanoloop much less complete!

- How would you rate the quality / price?

Basically it's cheap 40 euro a Game Boy cartridge and 2 eur flea market.

The thing is that it has become very difficult to find the cartridge, the product creator does more. Against it by selling the ROM (found on emule) From this we can transfer them to a blank tape, ca back to the same price, I have noticed a cartridge on ebay has some 120 Eur., Ca hurts, I found mine in a guy that made them himself, all the same 60 eur.

It's worth the same tt.

- With experience, you do again this choice? ...

Yes Square ...

C brilliant as concept, and the software is really complete.
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