80s & 90s Videogames music with paper circuits and Lilypad Arduino #MusicMonday
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Paper circuit version of a VGM player using a SN76489 sound chip (the one used in Master System and Game Gear), a 3.579545 MHz clock, a lilypad arduino and painted SEGA letters that show up using 4 UV LEDs.
This is not emulated sound. It is the same that could be heard with the original Master System and Game Gear.
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