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
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.
So, as an autistic person, I have also been trying to compile a list of devices and programs used to write chiptunes so that if other autistics perhaps want to express themselves through electronic music, that they can visit the Dojo here and get some ideas. We also have several experts who have contributed to … Continue reading [DOJO]: Making Chiptunes: Korg DS-10 (by Asperkraken)
An autistic musician from France, Marie makes "ELECTROCUTE" music on her Gameboy system. More cool music brought to you by autistic people. And so upbeat! Zenzoo Pop is my favorite.
In case you missed it or just stumbled across our WordPress, Volume 2 is available on the digital music platform of your choice - the links are handily right up top of the page! You can also download us straight off Bandcamp, where you can pay more if you feel like it. 21 tracks for … Continue reading Volume 2: Powers of the Spectrum
If you didn't see it earlier this year, here is our feature in the Dallas Morning News! Written by the talented Amber Friend and featuring in pictures the talented Josh Krow, Marty Gruver, DJ Roborob and yours truly. Dallas Morning News