Had enough Pokemon GO yet? Of course you haven’t! Take 3 steps away from the game for a bit and listen to a new Pokemon GO remix by Dj CUTMAN and CG5.
In it’s initial episode, NorrinRadd22 aka Matt Creamer will try to teach you about frequency modulation in layman’s terms. Using an oscilloscope and keyboard along with some software, Matt breaks down the information into something anyone can process.
Soundfly has several music education courses, released on the monthly basis. The most recent of which is a Chiptune Crash Course taught by Philadelphia’s one and only Chipocrite (aka Paul Weinstein) and promises to “uncover how to make chiptune music using a Game Boy or your computer. Popularized by such artists as Anamanaguchi and Beck, chiptune music is a fast growing genre” according to Soundfly‘s Creative Assets Director Jeremy Young.
In previous stories, we’ve covered making gaming tables from IKEA products and pocket sized synth players. Now we’ve found one intrepid DIY gamer who made an old air hockey table into a full-sized retro Pong machine.