I updated the website from some simple self-made pages to a blog format. I wanted a venue to add news, opinions, reviews, and such, so it seemed like the logical choice. If you’ve been here before, I hope you like the new page. If you’re new here…welcome! There will be much more to come.
I completed a backlit, pro sounded pocket yesterday while filming a tutorial. If you’re in the market for a modded gameboy, the pocket is really nice to have around, ultraportable, and a joy to use. Check it out.
I had a later shift than usual today. So many things to do, such little time. I had intended to film another take of the pocket backlighting tutorial this morning, but got sidetracked. I ended up hooking one of my DMGs into my laptop, running Ableton Live, syncing Live to the DMG via one of Oliver’s new MIDI-Sync USB devices, which, by the way, is a PHENOMINAL piece of equipment. If you do ANY syncing to a computer, get one of these. It does the job of my MIDI=>GB and takes up about 1/100th the space. Latency wasn’t an issue, either.
So, anyways, like I was saying: Hackintosh running Mountain Lion and Live, DMG MIDI synced, audio going out from DMG into mic in on laptop, headphone out going to this TV/DVD player unit I have mounted to the cabinet in my kitchen = mobile production station! The Mrs. and I threw together a solid track in all of thirty minutes.
Readers, if you don’t already, start thinking about syncing your devices together. It’s ridiculously fun.