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.
Chipocrite is one of my all-time favorite Chipmusicians. Combining sharp composing skills with a strong sense for the Nintendo Gameboy’s sound capabilities, Chipocrite brings an awesomely full sound out of his LSDJ powered instrument. Whether he’s playing his catchy original tunes, super-fun covers or accompanying his gameboy with bass guitar, Chipocrite’s live performances and recordings alike stack up to some of the best Chipmusic out there.