Sam will cover setting up modV for a live music environment, writing your first module and learning how to live code with modV. Not only will you be able to watch Sam using the software live on SuperByte’s main stage as one of our visual artists, but you’ll have the opportunity to delve into the software yourself in this talk hosted by modV’s creator.
Our latest workshop is live: a talk on chiptune post-production by Danimal Cannon himself.
So you’ve finished writing the song that’s going to save the world, or at least blow up the dance floor. How can you make your final recording be all it can be? Danimal Cannon will break down some production techniques to bring your flat sounding recordings or even your live shows to life. Why not learn how to give your music the royal treatment?
Stay tuned for another workshop announcement shortly.
The legendary cTrix will be delivering a talk at SuperByte 2015 on an exciting new project.
As part of the workshop, cTrix talks about the Super Nintendo music tool his democrew Elix are creating. You’ll see a start to finish song build covering sample creation, instrument building, tracking and tune tracking right though to getting the music playing on a stock-SNES from a flash cart. He’ll also explore the SNES audio hardware and it’s limitations vs. possibilities.
We’ve a couple more workshops still to add to the programme, so please check back.
As well as performing as one half of CYMBA, Henry Homesweet will perform a very special ‘Essential Chip Mix’ DJ set to close SuperByte 2015!
Henry Homesweet explores archaic technology to find creativity through limitation. He has performed at parties worldwide with his eclectic live sets and DJ sets, replacing DJ decks with dusty hardware & delivering Lo-Fi synchronized techno & electro fresh from the chips.
His Essential Chip Mix selections are a true high point of the annual chipmusic calendar and we’re honoured to have him perform one live at SuperByte.
Infotoxin is Belfast’s finest purveyor of the deepest, darkest basslines, dubbed out beats, and allegedly irresistible, yet highly illegal dolphin noises.
The OSC BOX Records artist and occasional Gamepak Collective Dublin collaborator has spent the last two years playing stages accross the UK, Europe and Japan, combining Game Boy and Mega Drive sounds to produce the most sub-heavy dubstep, grime and garage bangers known to chiptune.
“Fun fact – you can’t hear an Infotoxin song, only feel it.” – CDK
Originally from Estonia but now spending the majority of her time in London, Oliotronix has been shaking London’s underground electro scene for a while now, playing at iconic venues such as the Nest, Proud Camden, 93 Feet East, Roadtrip and Workshop.
Having previously established the bustling London chiptune community and club night “8Bit Vomit”, Olio is now looking for more. Having been involved in teams at Boys Noize Records, Bleepstreet Records, Shoreditch Radio and collaborated with artists such as Jeff Automatic, El Conchitas and many more, she is back in London to bring the party goers a new kind of musical experience.
Mixing a host of different genres from house, techno, funk to dirty disco punk, experimental, and noise dance she creates effortless blends of party sounds, incorporating influences from Berlin to London.
Currently Oliotronix is a Gamerdisco representative where she is a fresh resident DJ and booker.