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Tony-b Machine 4



Change bass and lead notes at same time.
You can change bass note and lead note separately with two fingers :
keep a note pressed and change only the lead note with the other finger.

JOYPAD : Specials

Press the arrows one after the other to trigger a special sound

  • Tornado Tremolo : ▲ ▲ ▲
  • Thunder Break   : ◀ ▼ ▶
  • Space Laser     : ◀ ◀ ▶
  • Free Fall       : ▼ ▼ ▼
  • Triplet Trip    : ▶ ▼ ◀
  • Game Genius      : ▲ ▲ ▼ ▼ ◀ ▶ ◀ ▶
  • Bach is Back    : ▲ ▶ ▲ ◀ ▲ ◀


Press button to activate / desactivate loop.


Play a sound once.

  • Short press  : play sound on-beat
  • Long press   : play sound off-beat
  • Double press : play sound twice quickly

BLUE LEDS : Lead sound

Change lead sound.

  • TUBE and GROWL are monodic sounds.
  • FUZZ and SHINE are polyphonic sounds.


Switch to a different rhythm for the bass or the lead.
The number of the rhythm is shown on the bottom screen.


Change all loops at same time.

  • Short press : load preset
  • Long press  : save preset

F11 : Full Screen

Switch to full screen


Sounds, design and programmation by Anthony Bouchereau (as Tony-b). Mail : contact [at] tony-b [dot] org.
All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.


4.0.0 [20/06/2013]

  • online !

4.0.1 [22/06/2013]

  • correction click on "what is it ?"
  • normal interface for PC with touchscreen (not mobile interface)

4.0.2 [02/07/2013]

  • adaptation / debug for Kongregate
  • show "Loading" page before the ads on mobile version

4.0.3 [06/07/2013]

  • debug custom color
The author

Anthony Bouchereau (Tony-b) created the Tony-b Machine and the site in 2007. He continues to develop the site and three new machines over the years. Today web developer and musician in Umanis in the Quatuor Megamix he still devotes part of his time to develop the site.

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Tony-b Machine 1.0 (november 2006)
Tony-b Machine 2.0 (february 2007)
Tony-b Machine 2.1 (june 2007)
Tony-b Machine 3.0 (august 2009)
Tony-b Machine 4.0 (june 2013)

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  • Français : Tony-b
  • English : Tony-b
  • Italiano : Brainpunk
  • Türk : Seyhan
  • Español : Christine


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20 aralık 08

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10 years

seyan est turc

g aussi un ami ki est turc et on l'apele kebab, ptdr
10 years
et je comprend le dernier mot: bravooooooooo
ca se peut ke ca veut dire bravoooooooo, nn?
10 years
Dogru, güzel bir site, Tony-b kurdu smiley wink
(il dit :'j'ai beaucoup aimé le site, bravo à celui qui l'a créé' smiley wink)
10 years
ha ok... on comprend mieux lol
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