MIDI Cartridge For Super NES

US Vintage video game software for synthesis      25/07/21

Chip music makers rejoice, as a new MIDI cartridge has been released for the Super Nintendo! Super MIDI Pak is a fully featured synth with the ability to interface with the on-board sound chip, which will not only generate waveforms but it will also load samples via web MIDI and enable you to save states. 

Features:

  • Compatible with Super Famicom, NTSC/PAL Super Nintendo, and Super NT
  • 16 polyphonic midi channels with independent settings multiplexing over 8 voices
  • Standard MIDI sustain, sostenuto, legato switch, portamento (glide), pitch bend, vibrato, pan, volume
  • MIDI mono mode (mode 4) with legato operation
  • All SPC700 DSP registers are directly writable via CC messages, including echo registers
  • Comes with Square Wave, Sine Wave, Triangle Wave, and Sawtooth samples.
  • New samples can be uploaded via WebMidi application (Windows/Mac/Linux), automatically converts from SPC/WAV/SF2 formats.
  • USB Micro-B and 3.5" TRS Type A MIDI interfaces, cables not included
  • USB interface is galvanically isolated to prevent ground loop noise
  • Save / restore device state across power off and reset
  • Play existing SPC files
  • Firmware upgradable

 

Super MIDI Pak has been developed by Rian Hunter who can be found on TwitterYouTube and SoundCloud where he'll be posting more content soon. More information on the Super MIDI Pak website https://www.supermidipak.com/

 

 

About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.



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