In case you hadn't noticed, Chiptunes4autism.org is down thanks to some unfortunate shenanigans on behalf of our webhost service. Good news is, we have a new domain and now, we are http://www.chiptunes4autism.com! We apologize for the outage and are proud to have you all here!
Hello folks! While C4A is currently in the mastering process for Volume 3, you may have noticed some changes on the site! First, we now have a FRIENDS OF C4A section to link places and people who have supported us! We also now have a dedicated links section for contributors as a "thank you" for … Continue reading [NEWS] C4A/Site is Expanding!
Alright folks! Submissions have closed for volume 3 and I want to thank the musicians who all are participating! You are all incredible! And if you missed this time, no worries! We have one every year! Here's some info about Volume 3! Mastering duties this year are being handled by Erik Peabody, the proprietor of … Continue reading Submissions Closed, Volume 3 News
Heya folks! Been a while since our last news beat but that's because it's always quiet before the next compilation. The deadline for Volume 3 is less than SIX WEEKS away so get your submissions in! All proceeds benefit Anxiety Gaming, nonPareil Institute and Autistic Self Advocacy Network! Also we have plans for another comp … Continue reading [NEWS] 6 week deadline, upcoming shows and… future comps?
So, it's a good week at Chiptunes 4 Autism. First off, we hit 700 followers on Twitter this weekend! Huzzah! Every one of you helps us spread the cause further and helps our ideals of neurodivergence reach a larger audience. We appreciate all of you! Second, we have been confirmed for ArlingCon! The free convention … Continue reading News Beat! ArlingCon, 700 and Austin
So, dunno if you heard, but they found major overlaps between patterns in brains for people with autism and other neurodivergences. There is a very thought-out and particular article here that explains it in more technical terms than I. But it also confirms that none of the genetic signatures for autism correlate with poor health … Continue reading February News Beat!