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Video: 8bitone macht aus dem iPhone einen C64-Synthesizer

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Ganz nach unserem Geschmack. Der Japaner Yudo, der schon die eine oder andere App für iPhone und iPod touch entwickelt hat hat seine 8-Bit-Musikmaschine fast fertig. Demnächst im AppStore für angepeilte 10 Euro. 1 Oszialltor, bis zu 128 Stimmen, Hüllkurve und Arpeggiator. Nice. Video nach dem Break.

[via GameSetWatch]



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