New tunes! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9553mBsaNvE Just live for now. Might clean em up a bit and release a Sega plug-and-play cart of whole set.
Tomitytom just launched this interesting Emulator vs. VST which emulates an arduinoboy MIDI device. So you can experiment inside a DAW - then bust out your real gameboy via MIDI for shows :-) It also has a standalone mode that does 4x LSDJ emulation with copy and paste between instances along with link cable emulation. Work in progress! (I do a demo somewhere at the 14 minute mark)
After Atari hiatus - I'M BACK! This time with Krion + agod in creating an Atari 2600 demo called IOCaste. This is captured from hardware - remember that the Atari was essentially an advanced pong machine from 1977 - so it was a mission code, but we got there and won 1st place at Flashback Demoparty 2019. booyeah!
Every year I pull out various machines and give them a once over (in case they need some loving). Got at least one old C64 back to life - needed new SID and 6526. Still working on an MSX II (very very dark image and kaput floppy drive) pong machine (needs new pots + switches; will also add a composite out for it) Hardware hey!
So - looking to the future - if I want to upload any more to Soundcloud I'm up for $$$ (per year). I plan on also putting on Bandcamp as "pay what you want" to get FLAC (and hopefully fund a 2019 tour!). So apart from YouTube with tracker viz - are there anymore independent platforms that people use? (not iTunez, Googs or Amazzzon; they are all way too hard to deal with!)
Been thinking about socials recently. I'm still occasionally active in chipmusic (looking to step it up again) but also in electronics, oldskool programming, music in general, etc. Been doing lots of live-streams on personal FB, but could span this to cTrix socials? What do people expect / want from Facebook / this account? Happy to take requests!
In case anyone interested in seeing where I'm at with the PMA-5 .... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miHA8I4ZBq4
The Roland PMA-5 General MIDI pocket sequencer! Thought I'd share my first (after a quick test) power up of the unit. And the user experience trying to quickly sequence something without reading the manual. Plus demos. Defs reading the book on this one... units like this continously remind me how amazing LSDJ / Piggy are for a pocket device... (edit: a bit of lag on the video thanks to facebook)