Chris Torrence is creating The Assembly Lines Video Podcast
22

patrons

$63
per video
I create videos that explore the intersection between retro computers and modern microcontrollers.

I've already created videos on:
  • Assembly language programming on the 6502
  • An interview with developer Roger Wagner
  • An Arduino EEPROM programmer
  • Repairing Apple //e and //c logic boards
  • Interfacing a Raspberry Pi with an Apple II
  • How to 3D print an Apple II joystick
  • Turn your Apple II into a Web Server
  • Use an SD Card as a hard drive for your Apple //c
  • Retr0brite your old Apple
I'm planning on creating videos on:
  • Assembly Language for Beginners
  • Using Roger Wagner's HyperDuino Shield
  • Build a 6502-based computer from scratch
  • Interviews with Apple II developers
  • Softalk magazine
How does Patreon work?
  • As a patron, you pledge a certain amount per video that I create. This is a recurring pledge, not a single one-time donation.
  • When I upload a new video to YouTube, I'll also do a new post here on Patreon. Your account will be charged for your pledge amount, and you'll receive an email that there is a new video!
  • I tend to do a new video every 2-4 weeks. But you can set a monthly maximum.
  • You can also explore the "All Posts" feed, where you can post comments, reviews, or suggestions for new videos.
Tiers
Pledge $2 or more per video
14 patrons
Your Name In the Credits
Have your name (or your favorite retro computer) in the video credits. Just let me know what you'd like it to say.
Pledge $5 or more per video
7 patrons
Early Access
You'll be the first to know when I've released a new video. I'll send you an email as soon as I've uploaded a video, before the regular notifications get sent.
Goals
$63 of $100 per video
When I reach $100 per episode, I'll invest in a better camera that will let me plug in a real microphone.
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I create videos that explore the intersection between retro computers and modern microcontrollers.

I've already created videos on:
  • Assembly language programming on the 6502
  • An interview with developer Roger Wagner
  • An Arduino EEPROM programmer
  • Repairing Apple //e and //c logic boards
  • Interfacing a Raspberry Pi with an Apple II
  • How to 3D print an Apple II joystick
  • Turn your Apple II into a Web Server
  • Use an SD Card as a hard drive for your Apple //c
  • Retr0brite your old Apple
I'm planning on creating videos on:
  • Assembly Language for Beginners
  • Using Roger Wagner's HyperDuino Shield
  • Build a 6502-based computer from scratch
  • Interviews with Apple II developers
  • Softalk magazine
How does Patreon work?
  • As a patron, you pledge a certain amount per video that I create. This is a recurring pledge, not a single one-time donation.
  • When I upload a new video to YouTube, I'll also do a new post here on Patreon. Your account will be charged for your pledge amount, and you'll receive an email that there is a new video!
  • I tend to do a new video every 2-4 weeks. But you can set a monthly maximum.
  • You can also explore the "All Posts" feed, where you can post comments, reviews, or suggestions for new videos.

Recent posts by Chris Torrence

Tiers
Pledge $2 or more per video
14 patrons
Your Name In the Credits
Have your name (or your favorite retro computer) in the video credits. Just let me know what you'd like it to say.
Pledge $5 or more per video
7 patrons
Early Access
You'll be the first to know when I've released a new video. I'll send you an email as soon as I've uploaded a video, before the regular notifications get sent.