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.
The course describes how students will be “introduced to the hardware, how it works, and how to set up a piece of software called LSDJ to start making complex music right away.”
The online music education hub of soundfly hopes to teach how to create chiptune music, make and program a version of the C Major scale, and then tackle arrangement using four channels. The course is mobile-compatible and can be accessed for free by anyone anywhere in the world. The course uses “Little Sound Dj” (LSDJ) to create music.
Would you try this out? What could you create with a course like this? Let us know in the comments if you try it out!