Synth software based on Genesis soundchip released

Virtual synth software developer, Aly James Lab, has just released his newest product, the FMDrive 2612. Based on the soundchip for the Sega Genesis, the synthesizer lets you compose Genesis-style music with some extended features and a Genesis-influenced user interface. One of the coolest features being advertised is the ability to buy a MIDI controller and play your compositions through your actual Genesis system.

While I’m not too familiar with using any sort of synthesizer software, the trailer above has definitely got me interested. The download is available on a donation basis for a minimum of 10 €, which is pretty reasonable. Anyone else interested and thinking about giving the software a try? Will you composing some funky tunes in the style of ToeJam & Earl?

[Source: RancidVomit86]

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