Spacejacked a game which I composed the OST won the Best Linux* Game at Intel© Level Up 2015! Congrats to the guys of Rotten Mage.
Elders of Madness is the result of seven months of hard work in which the development team was formed by 120 students from high school and supported by great professionals of the sector, such as indies, famous youtubers, musicians and bloggers from the specialized press. The goal was to motivate students on art creation, graphic design, music and programming, by linking them to the curriculum. Link
Autodesk's Tinkercad is a web based easy-to-use tool for creating digital designs that are ready to be 3D printed into physical objects. Users are guided through the 3D design process through 'Lessons', which teach the basics before moving on to more complex modeling techniques. You can learn how to use it, as well as listen to my music in their official youtube channel.
Armillo is a rolling platforming game in a sci-fi parallel universe that features regular 3D and 2D speed-run inspired worlds. Its sound team had been extremely cool by providing the game with music coming from authentic old 8bit platforms such as Game Boy or Amstrad. I, among other artists, had a role in the sound design by creating some of the ingame music. The game is available at Nintendo's eShop for the Wii U. Thanks for the support of chiptune/8bit music.
(a) Music featured at Doogtoons in an animated interview to Smosh. (b) Track Leafless Quince Tree chosen as theme song of Sex and Sience Hour, a very podcast from Let's Talk Bitcoin. (c) Ninja Torappu is a cute game with good taste on pixel art and sprite design featuring two of my oldschool inspired tracks. Thanks all for the good feedback.
[EN] I contributed with a track and a small interview on Enoughrecords's 100 years of noise, a compilation project celebrating the 100th anniversary of 'L´Arte dei Rumori', the first artistic manifesto concerning noise music. Celebrating the Public Domain Day part of it were released under cc0 license. Download from archive.org. Cover by Love Through Cannibalism
With the help of the nice guys of Tesla Orchesta hrough the awesome Open Spark Project.
Violin sound far from real, but here is the midi file anyway :)
[EN] I took part in the Invasores de Culturachip fest in Sevilla (Spain). A free and public meeting of members of culturachip collective. Playing live, and giving a workshop on computer music composing for the amstrad/spectrum/msx computers . Information avaiable (only Spanish) in their site . Small video here. Visuals by Love Through Cannibalism
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Familiar for playing live on April 9 at Sevilla (Spain). Information avaiable (only Spanish) in their site. The sesion was recorded and can be listened below. Photo by Enrique CarniceroRolemusic @ Familiar Fest #0011 by Familiar