Chris Torrence

is creating The Assembly Lines Video Podcast

28

patrons

$117

per video
I create videos that explore the intersection between retro computers and modern hardware.

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
Turn on the Power
$2 or more per video

Have your name (or your favorite retro computer) in the video credits. Just let me know what you'd like it to say.

Friend of CT6502
$5 or more per video

You're a best bud of CT6502.

  • Your name in the credits
  • Receive an Assembly Lines sticker
Assembly Lines Super Backer
$10 or more per video

You're made of 8-bit awesomeness!

  • Your name in the credits
  • Receive an Assembly Lines sticker
  • A shout-out when you first pledge
  • Plus, suggest a video!
Goals
$117 of $200 per video
When I reach $200 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 hardware.

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
Turn on the Power
$2 or more per video

Have your name (or your favorite retro computer) in the video credits. Just let me know what you'd like it to say.

Friend of CT6502
$5 or more per video

You're a best bud of CT6502.

  • Your name in the credits
  • Receive an Assembly Lines sticker
Assembly Lines Super Backer
$10 or more per video

You're made of 8-bit awesomeness!

  • Your name in the credits
  • Receive an Assembly Lines sticker
  • A shout-out when you first pledge
  • Plus, suggest a video!