Recently I've been thinking of ways to release content I've made in the past as well as gain traction for new projects I may have in mind and what better way to do that than YouTube?
In the coming weeks I will be uploading my full albums and Individual tracks to YouTube, the schedule being something like this:
|Tuesday||Individual Songs (2-4)|
|Thursday||Individual Songs (2-4)|
Once I've exhausted my resource of songs and other videos the goal will be at least one video a week following something like this:
This may change as time goes on so feel free to subscribe to stay up to date on what I upload: My YouTube Channel
Ways to Watch or Subscribe
You can subscribe the traditional way via YouTube
You can watch and even subscribe to my videos via Invidious, an alternative and Freedom respecting front-end to YouTube, source. There are a variety of instances you can use, or you can host your own source.
You can subscribe to the RSS feed and use something like mpv+youtube-dl to watch videos without the need for a browser and for offline use.
I'm looking into other ways - preferably federated - to host my videos. Options such as PeerTube seem fine so I'll take a look into those once I have people actually watching what I put out.
I'll be working on uploading more to my YouTube channel as time goes on. I'm still not sure how long I'll stick with it but if people like what I upload then I will.
I've recently released a major update to my GameBoy Asset Pack which you can read more about in this blog post or on the Itch.io page. As I start moving away from music content I hope to do a couple videos regarding the GameBoy Asset Pack as well as GB Studio for creating games.
If all goes well later this year and I'm able to move and/or get better internet then I hope to start livestreaming on Twitch and/or YouTube as well as produce videos regularly.