Hi, my name is Pedro Pimenta aka Jumperror, I come from Portugal and I joined this forum by recommendation of AtariTufty.
First I should say, I'm quite new to all this, at least compared to most (if not all) people I've met lately in the Speccy scene.
I was born in '92, so I heard about the Spectrum somewhat recently and only bought my first one about five years ago.
I've been making music for some time, all self-taught, and ended up making music for my first game in 2016.
Last year, I was challenged by a friend to start making music for the Speccy, so I started learning how to do it and slowly I got into my first game, then I joined the vibrant Spectrum game-making community and have been making music for several games, you can see most of what I've been doing here (in chronological order from the first to the most recent game):
In the beggining I used to work more with the beeper, but lately I've been making only AY music. Now, because Tufty introduced me to this great community, I've become more interested in getting back to the beeper and trying to make the most out of it.
Here you can see two of my ZX Spectrum Beeper works (and for some other platforms also):
I've also been trying recently to expand to other systems, already did some music for the MSX, Atari ST (see a demo here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3v5gTwRHeQ) and more recently Amstrad CPC, but what I love most are the more limited systems, I really enjoy challenges.
I'm glad I've found this community, I had no idea there where 1bit physical music releases, live sets and so many people doing great music, it's a pleasure to join you all.