Friday, July 31, 2009

Revealing the Gakken SX-150 analog synthesizer

Our first video is the unboxing of a Gakken SX-150 analog synthesizer that I got a few months ago. I was hoping that this would be a more complex assembly job but it ended up only taking me about ten minutes to complete. As a 'musical' synthesizer, it's not much but I will try to use it once I start composing some eight-bit music again in the future.

As with other videos, this will be archived in the "on demand library" of the Gaijinzoku Cinema player.

P.S. Sorry about the Blair Witch Project-like camerawork.


Adam said...

You compose chip tune music? Post some!

rupan777 said...

Yeah, I use that Korg DS-10 software that was made for the Nintendo DS as well as some other software. Now that I have a mixer I can try to record it all together.