Instructables user Kyle Robinson writes:
The Super gameboy (SGB for short) is Gameboy cartridge player for the Nintendo Entertainment system. Chipmusicians who use LSDJ or Nanoloop can use the SBG to compose on a large screen. Wether its at home with friends, or in a studio environment, the SBG can be a great tool for gameboy composing and today we are going to make it even better.
Check out his how-to for adding an audio line out to the SNES Super Gameboy.
4 thoughts on “How-To: SNES Super Gameboy line out audio”
I once submitted a visual proposal to my city using a SNES Mario paint program. It was pretty nifty. if I hadn’t said I used a SNES they’d have taken me more seriously. Sadly back then if it didn’t cost thousands of dollars it was a Joke.
Glad to see that Very useful SNES being productively.
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