Twisted Electrons Intros hapiNes Chiptune Synthesizer

Superbooth 2018: Twisted Electrons has introduced the hapiNes – a multitrack chiptune synthesizer, inspired by the RP2A07 sound chip found in the NES games console.


  • ‘Authentic’ triangle bass
  • 2 squares with variable pulsewidth
  • 36 synthesized drum sounds (no samples)
  • 16 arpeggiator modes with variable speed
  • 18 Buttons
  • 32 Leds
  • 6 high quality potentiometers
  • 16 pattern memory
  • Arp Fx with variable depth and decay time
  • Filter Wobble with variable speed and depth
  • Crush Fx with variable depth
  • Audio and Sync input and output chaining (compatible with PO sync modes)
  • Runs on 2x AAA batteries (auto shutdown for power saving)

Pricing and Availability

The hapiNes is available for pre-order for €99.00 ex VAT. The first  batch is expected to ship ‘around August’.

7 thoughts on “Twisted Electrons Intros hapiNes Chiptune Synthesizer

  1. TE found a market for inside out music gear and its catching on. Why not just throw a case on it and make a ton of small yet powerful boxes. Feel like id break that thing by just looking at it.

      1. the AY3 is a totally different synth.
        Personally I think they ought to have a case or box for it – even a cheap tpu or silicone sleeve would work

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