Printed Circuit is creating electronic pop music
11

patrons

$70
per finished song
With your help, I will have the time I need to make new Printed Circuit albums and videos.

From 1999-2011, Printed Circuit released 3 albums, several videos, and toured the world. After a break, I now intend to pick up pace again.

I would really like to get enough support to spend one day a week on Printed Circuit which should result in 1-2 songs a month, and 1-2 vinyl releases per year

What's the plan for Printed Circuit in 2018? 

I already have one brand new, completed demo. This song is in the process of being finished and mastered and will be available exclusively here from July-August 2018. I'll send more details to Patreon subscribers in the next couple of weeks.

There are two more songs currently in the works for release later in 2018.

In terms of style, the new material picks up pretty much where the last album, Chip-Pop, left off. There are no major changes in direction. If you liked the music I made before, you should (hopefully) like it now.

My intention is to make Patreon subscribers the priority. You will get songs before everyone else, and if I make a record or video, you will see it first. If I get a reasonable amount of backers, I'll also add more goals, like physical merch, freebies, adding your name to the credits on a record, and more. (What do you want to get? Tell me! I'll consider any suggestion.)

What's this Patreon thing about?

The amount you pledge will be billed when I release a new song. It is not a monthly payment. ('New song' means either a totally new song, or a substantial rewrite of an old one.)

If I don't have anything to give you, you won't pay anything, and I'll give you about a week's warning before I bill you for something new. 

If you bought my album on Pledge Music in 2010, you should find Patreon is fairly familiar. It's essentially a pre-payment pledge, which really helps me stay motivated and make sure that the music gets to the right people first.

Why now?

Printed Circuit was put on indefinite hold due to other commitments, including my tech writing business and my family, but it's time to get things going again. Your support will help me make music a priority. Now feels like the right time.

Your support is very important and very much appreciated. THANK YOU.
Tiers
Fan
$1 or more per finished song 2 patrons
- Access to my private Patreon feed

- See Patreon Lens stories

- Download all new songs instantly.

Superfan
$3 or more per finished song 2 patrons
- All the above perks, plus

- The demo or instrumental version of the new song.

Completist
$4 or more per finished song 2 patrons
- All the above perks, plus

- Extra mp3s and videos from the archives.

Supporter
$6 or more per finished song 2 patrons
- All the above perks, plus

- Your name in the credits on my website, videos, and vinyl records.

Remixer
$10 or more per finished song 2 patrons
- All the above perks, plus

- All stems (individual tracks from the songs).

Backstage
$25 or more per finished song 1 patron
- All of the above perks, plus

- Video commentary showing the source files, and explaining how the song was put together.

Goals
$70 of $350 per finished song
Start planning the first vinyl record
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With your help, I will have the time I need to make new Printed Circuit albums and videos.

From 1999-2011, Printed Circuit released 3 albums, several videos, and toured the world. After a break, I now intend to pick up pace again.

I would really like to get enough support to spend one day a week on Printed Circuit which should result in 1-2 songs a month, and 1-2 vinyl releases per year

What's the plan for Printed Circuit in 2018? 

I already have one brand new, completed demo. This song is in the process of being finished and mastered and will be available exclusively here from July-August 2018. I'll send more details to Patreon subscribers in the next couple of weeks.

There are two more songs currently in the works for release later in 2018.

In terms of style, the new material picks up pretty much where the last album, Chip-Pop, left off. There are no major changes in direction. If you liked the music I made before, you should (hopefully) like it now.

My intention is to make Patreon subscribers the priority. You will get songs before everyone else, and if I make a record or video, you will see it first. If I get a reasonable amount of backers, I'll also add more goals, like physical merch, freebies, adding your name to the credits on a record, and more. (What do you want to get? Tell me! I'll consider any suggestion.)

What's this Patreon thing about?

The amount you pledge will be billed when I release a new song. It is not a monthly payment. ('New song' means either a totally new song, or a substantial rewrite of an old one.)

If I don't have anything to give you, you won't pay anything, and I'll give you about a week's warning before I bill you for something new. 

If you bought my album on Pledge Music in 2010, you should find Patreon is fairly familiar. It's essentially a pre-payment pledge, which really helps me stay motivated and make sure that the music gets to the right people first.

Why now?

Printed Circuit was put on indefinite hold due to other commitments, including my tech writing business and my family, but it's time to get things going again. Your support will help me make music a priority. Now feels like the right time.

Your support is very important and very much appreciated. THANK YOU.

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Tiers
Fan
$1 or more per finished song 2 patrons
- Access to my private Patreon feed

- See Patreon Lens stories

- Download all new songs instantly.

Superfan
$3 or more per finished song 2 patrons
- All the above perks, plus

- The demo or instrumental version of the new song.

Completist
$4 or more per finished song 2 patrons
- All the above perks, plus

- Extra mp3s and videos from the archives.

Supporter
$6 or more per finished song 2 patrons
- All the above perks, plus

- Your name in the credits on my website, videos, and vinyl records.

Remixer
$10 or more per finished song 2 patrons
- All the above perks, plus

- All stems (individual tracks from the songs).

Backstage
$25 or more per finished song 1 patron
- All of the above perks, plus

- Video commentary showing the source files, and explaining how the song was put together.