Fameboy is an awesome little instrument that fulfills all your nasty lo-fi drum desires.
FAMEBOY is a classic drum synthesiser propelled into the modern age for the professional music producers of today. Featuring original samples fused with cutting-edge technology, advanced sequencing and sound-shaping capabilities.
We packaged all of this inside the most spectacular interface we could create.
FAMEBOY can be used for any purpose – It’s not just a Chiptune machine…The advanced architecture and sound-mangling controls will enable you to use it for any music production purposes. Or maybe, you just want to be inspired and use it to show off to your friends.
Fameboy allows you to drag any created pattern into your DAW for further tweaking. We love this feature! Simply click the midi button and a small icon will appear. Drag that icon into a sequencer lane in your DAW and have your way with it.
The Sequencers in Fameboy are small but very powerful offering many functions for creating unique and interesting patterns. Once you have a sequence you can easily export the midi pattern to your host using drag ‘n’ drop!
Each Sequence can hold up to 8 unique patterns and each pattern can be triggered on-the-fly using keyswitches!
Snapshots are the easiest and most efficient way of loading and saving presets within Kontakt. FAMEBOY comes with a vast selection of snapshots ready to use. Please go to the snapshots folder inside your product folder and locate the folder named [Fame Boy] then copy that folder to your user content folder.
Fameboy comes with a selection of sound design and sequencer presets from our good friend and talented producer Si Begg.
The Voice page is where you’ll spend most of your time. There are 16 different channels and each channel has up to 16 different samples to choose from. Each sample also has 4 different variations. By using the ‘Style’ controls you can move through each style.
Each sound can be manipulated even further with a selection of sound-design controls and each each sound can be selected for editing using incoming midi notes for ease-of-use.