FM Synthesis Sound Shirt Inspired by 16-bit Video Game 'Out Run' in White, Black, & Aqua
FM Synthesis Sound Shirt Inspired by 16-bit Video Game 'Out Run' in White, Black, & Aqua - Free Shipping!
FM Synthesis Sound Shirt Inspired by 16-bit Video Game 'Out Run' in White, Black, & Aqua - Free Shipping!
FM Synthesis Sound Shirt Inspired by 16-bit Video Game 'Out Run' in White, Black, & Aqua - Free Shipping!
FM Synthesis Sound Shirt Inspired by 16-bit Video Game 'Out Run' in White, Black, & Aqua - Free Shipping!
FM Synthesis Sound Shirt Inspired by 16-bit Video Game 'Out Run' in White, Black, & Aqua - Free Shipping!
FM Synthesis Sound Shirt Inspired by 16-bit Video Game 'Out Run' in White, Black, & Aqua - Free Shipping!

FM Synthesis Sound Shirt Inspired by 16-bit Video Game 'Out Run' in White, Black, & Aqua - Free Shipping!

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FM Synthesis... now that's something you don't hear every day in the year 2020. If you're one of the brainiacs who know what it is let alone know how to utilize it then we probably don't need it to explain to you!

If you happen to be unaware of FM Synthesis no sweat we'll do our best to distill something that is rather complex in a few paragraphs!

FM (Frequency Modulation) Synthesis uses one signal a modulator (for example a sine wave) to change the pitch of the carrier's signal which results in a more complex waveform and different sound.

The particular arrangement of these signals, how many there are, and which modulators are modulating which carriers can create both harmonic and inharmonic sounds.

It's a little complicated, especially if not put into practice to hear how these elements effect one another and the output.

Thanks to a Stanford University professor name John Chowning who developed this audio synthesis, patented and later licensed to Yamaha corporation in Japan. Their commercial use of FM Synthesis was the basis of early synthesizers including the extremely popular Yamaha DX7.

Yamaha then created a simplified version of this synthesizer by creating a chip set, which was used in video games and computer sound cards.

Our FM Synthesis shirt is call back to this musical era of arcade video games, computer games, and gaming consoles. To be more specific the time when composer Hiroshi Kawaguchi created the unforgettable 1980s soundtrack for the 16bit video game Out Run.

These were days of driving an iconic red Ferrari Testarossa Spider beachside and listening to a selectable soundtrack in 16-bit!

While the term FM Synthesis is an obscure term if you played video games or listened to popular synthesizer music from the 80s & 90s then you've witnessed the power of it!

This sound shirt is perfect for anyone interested in video games, arcade games, vintage computer games, sound nerds, audiophiles, to music composers.

Our tees are super comfortable with high-quality cotton and a nice cut. If you prefer a looser fit or worry about shrinking, a larger size is recommended! Please refer to the size guide for specific measurements.

This shirt features:
- free shipping
- a fun call back to the 80s and 90s 16-bit era!
- unisex apparel for anyone to wear!
- made of high quality 100% combed ring-spun cotton

Choose from:
- black (100% cotton)
- white (100% cotton)
- aqua (100% cotton)

Available sizes:
XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, & 3XL
This t-shirt can run a little small for some. We suggest getting a size larger if you like a looser fit!