oneUP! Atari TIA Custom Chiptune Midi Synt

Published on Jan 4, 2016 manosmodularsystems

"This video is just an audio demo of oneUP!, which is an Atari TIA midi synth. This is a single track, from a single oneUP!, recorded in a single take, with just a bit of reverb. OneUP! is a midi-controlled Atari TIA IC (CO10444D, this time). This demo is very limited; the device is capable of much more. The device is based off of Brian Peter's chip



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