This looks really cool. For those who prefer a softsynth version or just don’t want to spend as much, the Nanoloop app is a really good deal IMHO…
I’m glad to see my Nanoloop tutorial is still getting shared! A few things have changed since I made that video, but I still think it’s a good way to start making tunes in the app.
Interesting! I used to spend hours playing nanoloop on bus trips (and incidentally, the Jeopardy! game).
Looks like it works as a midi controller as well. This hand-held size would be perfect, wonder if they will make another run?
I’m looking forward to getting mine. If yours has arrived I’m sure mine will be here soon too. I’ve released albums using Nanoloop for iPhone, Nanoloop 1 for GameBoy, and Nanoloop 2 for Game Boy Advance. I just promised myself I’m done releasing chiptune albums, but that may change when my Nanoloop device gets here.
Mine’s been on a loooooong sea adventure.
Nanoloop, the classic Nintendo Gameboy cartridge, is now its own hardware-based synthesizer
I’m developing a software emulator for this! Please fund my Kickstarter. Platinum subscribers are first in line for my next project, a hardware-based synthesizer of it.
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