Hey folks! We are coming up on the one-month away mark on submissions due for Volume 5! Some quick reminders: Deadline was extended to May 17th, you can submit two tracks (preferably one for each theme) and remember we are doing a two-sided compilation so be sure to check our guidelines for more info! PXZEL … Continue reading One month left on Volume 5 submissions! Chill vs Loud – The Sensory Album(s)
So, you may have noticed some changes in our mission statement and noticed how we are dojng more than just chiptune compilations now. I suppose I should explain where C4A is headed. As of now, we are working on becoming our own 501(3)(c)! We are proud of almost all the charities we have benefitted and … Continue reading C4A – Past, Present, Future and Beyond
Save the date! C4A will be back at ArlingCon 2020 this year! Our sensory tables plus a new interactive segment will be featured and we will also be hosting a panel on neurodiversity in nerd culture! We will likely have a live performance as well - we will put an official event on our EventBrite … Continue reading [CHIPTUNE/SENSORY] C4A @ ArlingCon 2020! More Info to Come!
Ding! Ding! Ding! It's year 5 for C4A and that means a BIG compilation must be coming! So that means we want YOU! We need chiptune, vaporwave, 8-bit, bitpop, nerdcore, nintendocore or whatever for our double compilation this year! Double submissions - YES, double submissions - are accepted this year (you don't HAVE to do … Continue reading VOLUME 5 IS OPEN FOR (DOUBLE) SUBMISSIONS!? – noise, power and speed VS chill, slow and laidback
Proprioceptive. Now that's a big one. Most spell checks don't even recognize it. What does that mean? Well, our proprioceptive system is located in our muscles and joints. Its what gives us our awareness of being pushed, pulled and squished - essentially the parts of our nervous system that detect force and pressure. It's also … Continue reading [SENSORY] What Does “Proprioceptive” Mean?
I was pleasantly surprised when, after talking with Orba, I was contacted by these folks who are making this wonderful sensory-driven music tool and had a terrific discussion about what they want to do with it and how it can help sensory diets and all walks of autistic people. I will tell you this: they … Continue reading [SENSORY TOOLS] Artiphon and the Orba!