Clover/Chain Reaction Reviews Chiptunes 4 Autism Volume 3!

Read it here!Our good friend Clover aka C4A contributor Chain Reaction wrote a stellar review on the Chiptunes=WIN blog about our album. It's a great summary and a perfect introduction to our work! Thanks to Clover for all the good words! Click now to read!

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Pics and Videos from Our Workshop at ArlingCon!

Hey folks! We had our first workshop and interactive booth at ArlingCon this year and we were a big hit! We would like to sincerely thank the University of Texas at Arlington for having us and a special thanks to Ashton Rogers of North Texas Paranormal for the connection. Enjoy, and if you happen to … Continue reading Pics and Videos from Our Workshop at ArlingCon!

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!

[NEWS] 6 week deadline, upcoming shows and… future comps?

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?

News Beat! ArlingCon, 700 and Austin

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

[RELEASES] Catharis: A Sensory Friendly Album.

At long last, this reissue has come. This was an ambient album composed in 2006 with minimal ambience, a sensory-friendly album meant to be calming and musically therapuetic. No beats, no noises, just melody. Auditory medicine. If you ever want something to listen to that is low impact or to help you regulate sensory overload, … Continue reading [RELEASES] Catharis: A Sensory Friendly Album.