Posts under ‘music’

An industrial jam made with a circuit bent Casio SK-1

After a long break, I’ve started making some new songs to go in our upcoming iOS game, Sweet Ride (coming later this year). When creating new tracks, I often like to grab a circuit bent toy and improvise for ten minutes, then chop them all up into samples and re-arrange them as a song. Usually […]

Playing around with PixSort, a pixel drifting glitch plugin for After Effects

I recently came across an After Effects plugin named PixSort which creates a very cool and glitchy pixel drifting effect for videos and images. It was PC only at the time I found it, but I sent a quick tweet out to the plugin’s creator and he messaged me a day later saying he ported […]

Freq.Fest.SF, the Bay Area’s largest chiptune festival

This week is Freq.Fest.SF, a two day chiptune festival happening at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco. There’s gonna be a ton of great bands playing so I highly recommend getting your ass down there to dance around to some lo-fi electro. I’ll be playing an all Game Boy set on Thursday night. I hope […]

Music Productivity Survey

I have a few tricks to help keep myself focused, but I always love hearing about other people’s work habits. I’m working on a new project and would really appreciate it if you could take a minute to help answer some of these questions about music and productivity. Loading…

Friday Playlist: Icelandic bands

Christine and I are chilling in Reykjavik right now and have heard some great music on this trip. So I thought I’d put together a little playlist of Icelandic bands you should check out. Ásgeir After leading us on a hike through some glaciers, our guide put in Ásgeir Trausti’s newest album and played it […]