Vector Video Synthesis With A Vintage Vectrex Video Game Console

In his latest video, Hainbach demonstrates how he uses a vintage Vectrex video game console with his Cocoquantus synthesizer.

The Vectrex was sold by General Consumer Electronics + Milton Bradley in the early 80’s. Hainbach’s Vectrex was modified to accept CV by Derek Holzer.

7 thoughts on “Vector Video Synthesis With A Vintage Vectrex Video Game Console

  1. I like the shimmery, crunchy sound. The vectrex… i would like to see the original game graphics moved to the music rather than just oscilloscope mod. Using the vectrex to produce pangolin laser style graphics. Altogether more complex mod though.

    1. Thank you! I was thinking about using different games and only adding CV to one axis. That could be both in tune with music yet give interesting visuals.

  2. I would not wonder if we see a Vectrex controlling a nerd with a XYZ CV-Mod soon.
    Now i know why i takes decades to build an airport in Berlin. 🙂

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