42000 minutes in 2018!

Did you know? Chiptunes 4 Autism was streamed for 42000 minutes in 2018 on Spotify alone (and we were out with Volume 3 only half the year). I want to thank all our artists from all three volumes so far for their hard work as it is doing so much good for neurodiversity and organizations … Continue reading 42000 minutes in 2018!

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News Beat! 06/26/18

Hey folks! Been a bit quiet but we got some major milestones this week: I will be hosting our first workshop on Saturday! Come see me and bring your autistic family and friends to my workshop where I will demo and teach Chiptune on Korg DS-10 and Rhythm Core Alpha 2. I will also have … Continue reading News Beat! 06/26/18

Volume 3 is live!

Chiptunes 4 Autism Volume 3: Forces of Neurodivergence is now live! This 26-track masterpiece brought together artists from everywhere, from France to Indonesia to U.K. and the U.S. to make great music on behalf of proving to autistic people that their unique outlook on life is not only valuable to the world but that they … Continue reading Volume 3 is live!

Ableism, Defined

From Wikipedia: "Ableism /ˈeɪblɪzəm/ (also known as ablism, disablism (Brit. English), anapirophobia, anapirism, and disability discrimination) is discrimination and social prejudice against people with disabilities. Ableism characterizes persons as defined by their disabilities and as inferior to the non-disabled." Ableism is something that happens in the autism community regularly. It is essentially discrimination against people … Continue reading Ableism, Defined

[ARTICLE] Was Syd Barrett Neurodivergent?

So I have been thinking a lot about Syd Barrett lately as Pink Floyd has been a hyper focus for me as of late. Now, this article is meant to be speculative, respectful and works off conjecture. I hope I do not offend any of his surviving family with this and more importantly, don't expect … Continue reading [ARTICLE] Was Syd Barrett Neurodivergent?

NonPareil Institute is Expanding!

Very exciting news about one of the great nonprofits we support - the NonPareil Institute. This great studio strives to supply better futures for adults with autism by  giving them skills in technology and the tools to make games and apps so they can enjoy an independent future doing things they love! They are looking … Continue reading NonPareil Institute is Expanding!