Hey! At PAX West, we're doing a Magfest Jamspace with chiptune showcase blocks! The one on Friday, 8/30, is hosted by Pacific Noise Works, it'd be awesome to see you there if you're going to PAX smile

Some info and event page:

Friday 5pm-7pm: Pacific Noise Works Showcase
8-bit Zero, Don'tblinkoryou'lldie, Techno Mage, skybox
Viz: Apocryphal Bear

https://www.facebook.com/events/714904452271664/

Post didn't include other info b/c of emoji <_< >_> here it is!

Featuring Music By

Azuria Sky (CA)
https://soundcloud.com/azuriasky

Lateralis (ID)
https://soundcloud.com/lateralis-music

hellstar.plus (WA)
https://soundcloud.com/hellstar-plus

skybox (WA)
https://soundcloud.com/skybox

ZEN ALBATROSS (NY)
https://soundcloud.com/zenalbatross

boaconstructor & Protoflight (WA & OR)
https://soundcloud.com/boaconstructor
https://soundcloud.com/protoflight

Visuals By
dr!p (MI)

Apocryphal Bear (WA)

Parking
Substation is surrounded by several neighborhoods with plenty of free parking, just be respectful and quiet wink

Accessibility
No stairs and seating available in both the main bar and merch areas.

Doors: 8pm
Music: 8:30pm
$10 advance $12 at door
21+

Address:
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA 98107

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Hey everyone! Seattle is kickin' it with another installment of our annual WAV.fest!!! it's gonna be super lit, we've got acts from all over the country! Below is just a copy/paste of the FB event (https://www.facebook.com/events/856594664697031/) - definitely come out and support us if you can, or share if you can't, trying to hold onto the awesome recent Pacific North West chiptune momentum and build the scene :3

Back to crank up the temperature, the team who brought you HEAT.wav is here again for the second annual WAV.fest!

Get down to a lineup of local + national chiptune and hardware artists sure to bring the place to a boil!

I have a sexy 5" Mega Watchman, still runs on batteries. Will let you know the results as soon as the cables come in.. I'd need to figure out how to post images on here first tho XD

Super killer chiptune lineup at this Emerald City Comic Con afterparty, March 15th, at Club Contour in Seattle, show starts at 9pm, $5 cover, 21+ !!!

Event page is here:
https://www.facebook.com/events/346911096160014/

Music by 4 of the raddest chiptuners in the Pacific Northwest,
Fighter X (https://soundcloud.com/fighterx)
Graz (https://soundcloud.com/grazcore)
boaconstructor (https://soundcloud.com/boaconstructor)
skybox (https://soundcloud.com/skybox)

Visuals from a local analog glitch favorite, Apocryphal Bear (https://www.facebook.com/Apocryphal.Bear) !!!

martin_demsky wrote:

I also have C64, at the beginning i used normal composite RF out, but audio is really in bad quality, then i got grounded audio / s-video cable from retro computer shack (england) with gold connectors and quality is excellent (for s-video i use that common s-video to vga black box converter which does convertion acceptable to my vga/hdmi 24" samsung led monitor at right settings), at dualsid i believe very excellent is https://www.sidfx.dk, but i personally dont need another sid, even for example defMON supports it, because i am afraid to modify my C64G, it is in excellent condition, i have luck to get that one from czech republic and was used from 1991 upon my purchase maybe 5-times, so it was almost new smile))

That dualsid looks super useful! Also good to know about retro computer shack, I got my C64 S-Video cable from retro gaming cables (also UK). I just ordered some adapters I'd need to use the RF out so I'll experiment a bit more. To be clear, I'm looking to get video from RF but audio from the A/V port (reason being I want to use a sexy 1980's Watchman for the video - it'll look like absolute crap, but hopefully it'd be good enough to do basic things like select songs).

@Orgia Mode Thanks!! Yeah, when I want "quality" video I use that A/V port, it has separated chroma and luma so I'm using S-Video with it, but my audio out from that port is mono I see (I do have two rca cables coming out but they must both be connected to that one audio out port). I haven't noticed the notorious noise from the RF box yet, but I also haven't plugged in to any decent speakers, so that's something I've gotta do now. I'll try a few things, it looks like what I'm thinking of might be doable.

PS do you know how to tag people on this forum, I haven't used forums for like a decade..

Hi! I'm getting into C64 tunes with mssiah, am a total n00b though. I'm using S-Video + audio L/R via the A/V port on the back, but I also have an RF port on the back. I don't have an RF cable (yet) but wanted to know if it's possible to get audio L/R out from my A/V port but also use my RF port at the same time (want to plug into my Watchman). I could do a dedicated L/R audio out mod if that's documented somewhere. My bad for the potentially dumb question(s), just tryin' to get into this. Thanks for your time.

The Seattle chip crew (http://facebook.com/pacnoiseworks/) is putting on our biggest show of the year, including:

Music:

Slime Girls (Los Angeles, CA) [Sentimental Pastel Punk]
https://soundcloud.com/slime-girls
https://www.facebook.com/SlimeGirls

Snesei (Detroit, MI) [DMG Bangers]
https://soundcloud.com/snesei
https://www.facebook.com/Snesei

Graz (Seattle, WA) [Electronic Ravepunk]
https://soundcloud.com/grazcore
https://www.facebook.com/grazcore

Glooms (Seattle, WA) [Live Hardware Dance]
https://soundcloud.com/glooms

Nikola Whallon (Seattle, WA) [Infectious Chiprock]
https://www.facebook.com/nikolawhallon
https://soundcloud.com/nikola-whallon

+MORE TBA

Visuals:

Apocryphal Bear (Seattle, WA)
https://www.facebook.com/Apocryphal.Bear

+MORE TBA

Here's the event page:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1731120616934290/

:3 :3

heart heart heart

Jazzmarazz wrote:
nikola wrote:

http://www.audiopile.net/BRC-001

those fit 24 Gameboys perfectly, no wasted space

They're pretty, but 24 is overkill. big_smile

JodyBigfoot wrote:

i use socks and hats myself

Ditto

what if your first 23 break at a show?

http://www.audiopile.net/BRC-001

those fit 24 Gameboys perfectly, no wasted space

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Oh man, I'd buy some of these up if there is a clear guide to using Neil's software on it, for sure.

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I would get a couple if they support Neil's ROMs for sure smile

kuzimoto wrote:
nikola wrote:

I understand this will resurrect an old post, but would you still be willing to make a cable like this (for the price you suggest up top)?

It's been a while since I've made these and I just finished moving but in a little while I should be able to get a few of these put together once I find all of my stuff. I don't know what shipping charges are like if you are living in France but if I can find something for a few dollars then it will be the same price. If anyone else is interested let me know and I'll get as many as I can made.

I would be able to provide a US address (parents' house) if that helps.

kuzimoto wrote:
nikola wrote:

I understand this will resurrect an old post, but would you still be willing to make a cable like this (for the price you suggest up top)?

It's been a while since I've made these and I just finished moving but in a little while I should be able to get a few of these put together once I find all of my stuff. I don't know what shipping charges are like if you are living in France but if I can find something for a few dollars then it will be the same price. If anyone else is interested let me know and I'll get as many as I can made.

I would be able to provide a US address (parents' house) if that helps.