They worked - but I figured that it was possible to do it without the board if I did some tricky stuff with the ATMega interrupts on the Arduino.After a few days of debugging (and cycle counting) it’s working flawlessly.I've been working at a serial connection to the NES for a few months now.
I'll be working on pitch bends / cc control in the next couple of weeks - but it's open source so hopefully people will develop beyond that!
Working on a new name for this since it really just acts like a bridge between your PC and the NES.
Both the ROMs and the Arduino stuff will be open source so if you have the hardware you're ready to go!
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