This is a list (So far still in progress) over the gear I use for my music production, that I own and/or have participated in building/modding.
Here’s a complete list of my Gameboys:
- Gameboy color
One yellow and olive green. The olive green has a failed ProSound modification done.
- Gameboy pocket
Two yellow ones. One is working, the other was found in the trash, was filled with dust, and looked like a dog had chewed it.
- Gameboy classic (Aka “grey bricks” or DMG-001’s)
4-5 partially working grey colored ones in pieces.
1 yellow with backlight and inverted screen. (See image below)
2 transparent ones with LEDs inside. This is a nifty mod wher I’ve put green and red light emmitting diodes inside the case, which shines through the case and gives a nice aura. This works especially well when playing live on stage in a dark room. (: (See images above)
- Gameboy advance
One purple transparent GBA which is not working, probably becaus eI washed the scratched screen with acetone. (Ooooops!)
One red GBA SP with a broken screen, found in the trash. Might be able to do something that doesn’t need a screen if I can build a working LPT multiboot cable that doesn’t fall apart after one week.
Veqtor’s gray GBA SP, also with a broken screen, same remark as above.
Used for whatever people use PC’s for, except for gaming, except for emulated NES and SNES games.
- Intel Celeron, 468 MHz
Not a typo, it shouldn’t say 486, and it shouldn’t be 450 or 500 MHz. This one is overclocked to this odd clock frequency. Mainly used for FT2 tracking before I discovered Milky.
- Dual Pentium III, 500 MHz
An old server box, that I use as a client. Not much to say about except that 500 MHz + 500 MHz doesn’t generally mean 1 GHz. (Although when running parellell tasks, it’s pretty smooth)
- Thinkpad 600E, Pentium III, 702 MHz
This is one overclocked and upgraded little bitch. I replaced and overclocked the CPU in it, upgraded the hard drive, and replaced various parts.
(See images above)
- Mr 386 (Toshiba T2000SX)
This old computer serves an e-mail subscription computer for microdisko’s newsletter. The e-mail addresses are magically transferred wirelessly onto the huge scene.org servers. (Alternatively, I just put a floppy in it and copy the files that way) It also made a guest appearance as a lotto number drawing machine on the 8-bit operators Kraftwerk compilation release party at microdisko. Related youtube links: http://youtube.com/watch?v=U6TdF2uy36w and http://youtube.com/watch?v=ffRGeYheY34
The breadbox model. Used a couple of times for Prophet 64. I also used it to play Ball blazer, one of my favourite C64 games. (Also got a great loader tune)
- Atari 1040 STfm
Used for some maxYMizer tracking. Mostly collecting dust at the moment.
- Amiga 500
Found in the trash, without hard drive or power supply. ):
Collecting dust. );
Pictures and more info coming at a later date
- Dual Atari Punk Console
- Gameboy Ounk Console
- Tone Bender, modded guitar effect pedal
- Tube Screamer, modded guitar effect pedal