Making Fresh Beats With Five Nintendo Gameboys by 8BITches

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8BIT Che of 8BITches, the chip hop band from Maine, explains how he makes his Hot Beats on Nintendo Gameboys.

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    exlxaxd

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Given the title of this instructable, I was hoping you'd provide more specific info about how you sync 5 gameboys at once. I Can do 3 right now with the LSDJ/MIDI Clock generator I built, but that's the most it can handle at once. In most cases three is more than enough, but I'm really curious about how you sync five at a time. Any info would be appreciated.

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    bone666138

    11 years ago on Introduction

    y0. the 2600 is just for looks. it is actually the only place i have to store it at the moment where it will not be crushed. i DO in fact have synthcart. lil' bit will also be programming some shiZZ on the c64. glad ya'll like dis vid so far. 8BIT Ché

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    bustedit

    11 years ago on Introduction

    whats with the 2600 on the table, just for looks? do u have synthcart 4it??

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    fetidpants

    11 years ago on Introduction

    great walkthrough -- it'd be nice if I could see the gameboy screen better though.

    Awwww It's like a tiny 808. Luv that Commonwhore 64 on the table too. Ol' school and all that. I had a 64c (the late 80's update). Doesn't look near so nice now. Do they make the G-boy code available to regular folks?

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    basscadetz

    11 years ago on Introduction

    8 BIT BITCHES i remember you guys from the Hi Ho Lounge in New Orleans pre-Katrina. you had lost a show at another venue, asked to be put on the Hi Hos bill, and you rocked everyones socks off. i think that night i was bartending AND running sound. buy the 8bit cd, it's worth it. (although i lost mine in the storm)