Posts Tagged ‘promotion’

Rhythm Core Alpha 2 at LA County Science Fair Interactive Exhibits this Friday, March 27th 10am-5pm!

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

We’ll be demoing Rhythm Core Alpha 2 at the LA County Science Fair’s Interactive Exhibits at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena California this Friday, March 27th, from 10am to 5pm.
Besides there being an awesome science fair and maker show with lots of exhibits, we’ll be running folks through the basics on how to make your own song, and even getting into some of the more advanced features if the audience can take it. It should be awesome fun!

Showing Rhythm Core Alpha at OC Mini Maker Faire this Weekend

Thursday, July 12th, 2012

We’ll be in Orange County this weekend, showing off Rhythm Core Alpha at the Orange County Mini Maker Faire at UC Irvine.

Press for Rhythm Core Alpha!

Friday, January 21st, 2011

Matrix Synth on BlogSpot and, Steelberry Clones (stereoklang), MenaGamer, Southern Fried Gamer and Rebel Gaming have printed our press release!

Nintendo Life covered us early on!

SynthTopia has our back!

GameSpot and EveNews have added the European screenshots.

GamersHell gets the newn out!

Laptop Rockers knows the score!

Did I miss your site! Send me the link to your coverage and I’ll print it here!

Rhythm Core Alpha launches in Europe and Australia on Friday, January 21st!

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

Nintendo of Europe has sent the following message:
“It is a pleasure for us to inform you that we will release Rhythm Core Alpha on Friday, January 21st.”

We can now break our silence on the new features for Europe!
- Recording of Solo and Block Screen Keyboard into Tracks.
- Recording of Block and Key changes into Pattern
- Powerful multi-waveform vibrato!
- Greatly enhanced pattern editing.

New videos will be up soon!

Rhythm Core Alpha will be at MagFest in Alexandria, VA!

Monday, January 3rd, 2011

I’ll be at MagFest in Alexandria, VA demoing Rhythm Core Alpha on January 13-16th, 2011. MagFest is the Music and Games festival, and includes performances by many great artists, including The Minibosses, The ProtoMen, Year 200X, The OneUps, The Megas, Armcannon, This Place is Haunted, WizWars, Zen Albatross, and many, many more. More information on MagFest at .

Marketing Materials for Rhythm Core Alpha’s EU release are GO!

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

Sent the marketing materials off to Nintendo of Europe. When the product is approved by NCL, we’ll be ready to appear in the European and Australian DSiWare shop!

Want to show at MagFest, but can’t seem to get in touch with them…

Monday, November 29th, 2010

I can’t seem to get any response to my queries about showing Rhythm Core Alpha at MagFest. Anybody got any ideas on how to reach them

Had a wonderful time at Conjecture in San Diego!

Monday, October 4th, 2010

Back from Conjecture in San Diego… thanks to everybody who came out for our presentation! As a result of our popular showing, we have been asked to present at Anime Conji in March 2011!

Sales are up a little last week!

Monday, September 20th, 2010

There was a slight improvement in sales last week! I wonder which of the ten things we did actually improved sales?

To all of you new folks who bought Rhythm Core Alpha, thank you! Please enjoy making music with Rhythm Core Alpha, I can’t wait to hear your songs!

New Video UP! Screen capture video shows HOW TO DO IT!

Thursday, September 16th, 2010

I just put up a new video of Rhythm Core Alpha in action! Please check it out in the VIDEO section, as well as on YouTube, Vimeo, and soon on Veoh as well!

This video not only shows off what Rhythm Core Alpha can do, starting from NOTHING and quickly building an entire song, but it also shows how to do it, with lots of captions explaining how to put it all together.

Strangely, this is the first video I’ve been able to put up that is actually a screen capture of the product in action. That is because the screen capture hardware is very expensive, and I did not like the look of video recorded from a camera. So I spent a lot of time coding a way to capture screen playback from a real DSi. It even draws in the stylus and the buttons, so that you can really see what is going on.

Please note that the sparkly graphics in the background are (obviously) not part of the product… I just wanted to fill the space so that it would look good on Nintendo Channel.

Please let me know if you like the video! As always, I’m waiting to hear your music, too!… suddenly very popular!

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

Wow! Somebody discovered our little map site at and we got over 10,000 views. Why didn’t I have a Rhythm Core Alpha ad on that page? Well, there is now!