This minimalistic microcontroller-based synth is designed to emulate the classic chiptune sound of the Nintendo Entertainment System's audio processing unit. For just $65 you can grab an Arcano soon.
And we’re on Kickstarter again for a pretty cool looking and sounding MIDI synthesizer that requires no programming and can bring your childhood NES video game music back to life. Yes, it’s chiptune time. Simply connect a MIDI keyboard or any MIDI device and you can play and control this synth.
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