John Friscia

With both hands and probably even your feet, you couldn’t count all the phenomenal video game soundtracks that graced the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). The precise sounds used to create that music are difficult to replicate as well, owing to the unique audio architecture of the SNES created by Sony’s Ken Kutaragi. However, the company Cejetvole has simplified things dramatically by introducing the Super MIDI Pak, a cartridge that can turn your SNES into a MIDI synthesizer, which means you can belt out tunes that sound just like, for instance, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. […]

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