My new single “Software” has been released!

ComputeHer Software Remixes

“Software” is the first single off of ComputeHer’s album, “The SIDuction of ComputeHer”. This remix collection of the song “Software” features a historic amount of classic game consoles and vintage computers used as instruments. ComputeHer is the first chipmusic artist to recreate a song across 5 separate platforms: Commodore 64 computer, Nintendo Entertainment System console, Apple II computer, Atari 800xl computer, and Nintendo Game Boy handheld console.
Here is what each track consists of:

1) Single Mix: Commodore 64, Nintendo Entertainment System, and Nintendo Game Boy for all synth sounds. The percussion sounds are from various vintage drum machines.

2) Analogue Mix: Korg Volka Keys for all synths and various vintage drum machines for percussion.

3) NES Mix: All sounds and drums are from the Nintendo Entertainment System.

4) A2 DMS Mix: All sounds and drums are from the Apple II home computer using the DMS Synth and Drummer software.

5) A800XL Mix: All sounds and drums are from the Atari 800 XL home computer.

6) GB Mix: All sounds and drums are from the Nintendo Game Boy.

7) C64 Mix: All sounds and drums are from the Commodore 64 home computer and utilizes the rare 6582 sound chip.

“Software” was written by ComputeHer and produced by 8 Bit Weapon.

ComputeHer is the solo project of Michelle Sternberger. Michelle creates electronic music using retro gaming consoles, 8-bit computers and synthesizers. With hard beats and colorful melodies, ComputeHer’s spirited catalog of music depicts a world of energized lo-fi bliss. In addition to her studio albums, Michelle’s past projects include work for Mark Mothersbaugh of Devo, Foundation 9 Entertainment, Sony Creative Software, Smithsonian American Art museum and many others. She divides her time up between two bands and is also a member of 8 Bit Weapon.

(C) 2015 ComputeHer

released 29 September 2015

“Software” was written by ComputeHer and produced by 8 Bit Weapon.

August News – 2014

I’ve never had much luck with my website, until recently! It’s still in “development” and I’m still working out the kinks! 😀 For many years I had someone else updating my website, but that didn’t work out very well because I couldn’t update it as often as I wanted to and I ended up turning to using Facebook and Twitter more! I hope to be changing that habit a little more and updating my website more often because I realize that a lot of people are missing my posts over on the social sites – Bummer!

I love my kitty

My kitty helping me in the studio.

In other news, I’ve been very busy working on recording my new album! I’m excited to be releasing it by the end of this year!  The only problem I’m having is that it’s inspiring me to write MORE music! haha! I now have 2 new songs that I’ve started since I started recording. I think they may have to wait until I release this album because I don’t think I’ll get them to where I want them in time for them to be included. Right now I have a list of song name ideas and album titles and I can’t wait to finally release and share them all with you!


Do you like my visuals? ;D


This is what recording looks like ;]


I also have a show coming up in Las Vegas in September at the Classic Gaming Expo!  Both of my bands will be playing, so I hope to see you there!

Classic Gaming Expo 2014

I have a show in Vegas on September 12th – 14th!


❤ Michelle :]

New Website update!

Hi Everyone!

I have a new website! Don’t forget to bookmark my page!



Stay tuned for news about my next album [TBA 2014!] which is in the works as I type…!


ComputeHer ;]



The Smithsonian American Art Museum’s “The Art of Video Games” Exhibit will feature music by Computeher and 8 Bit Weapon!

The Smithsonian American Art Museum’s “The Art of Video Games” Exhibit will feature music by Computeher and 8 Bit Weapon!

We are proud to announce ComputeHer and 8 Bit Weapon’s music will be featured in the forthcoming “The Art of Video Games” exhibition at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington DC! “The Art of Video Games” will explore the 40-year evolution of video games as an artistic medium. Both ComputeHer and 8 Bit Weapon will have a combined total of 5 songs being used in a soundtrack at the entrance to this historic exhibition. 8 Bit Weapon’s songs, “The Art of Video Games Anthem” and “Miami Dub Bounce” off the new album “Bits with Byte” are used as well as “Chip on your Shoulder.” ComputeHer’s songs, “Twilight Byte” and “Dark Pub” from her album “Modemoiselle” are also featured. We are profoundly honored to participate in such an important exhibition. We’d like to thank everyone at the Smithsonian American Art Museum as well as our fans for making this possible. Here is the official “The Art of Video Games” Press Release.


Please visit the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s website for information about “The Art of Video Games” exhibition.

ComputeHer and 8 Bit Weapon will also be performing live at “The Art of Video Games” exhibit’s “GameFest” opening weekend event March 16-18, 2012! Please see our events/show page for details.

Thank you, Michelle

My Commodore 64 Goes to the Smithsonian!

5 / 4 / 2011

My Commodore 64 Goes to the Smithsonian!
My Commodore 64 will be on display in the Smithsonian Museum of American Art! I’m truly honored that the exhibit curator, Chris Melessinos, asked to use it. The C64 pictured here will be one of many vintage computers and consoles displayed during the “Art of Video Games” Exhibit coming March 26, 2012!

Read about it here!

~Michelle :]

NEW ALBUM – Modemoiselle

07 / 28 / 2010

Welcome to the New Site !
To coincide with the release of my new album: Modemoiselle, I’ve completely updated the web site! Some new info has been added and some has been streamlined. I hope you like the new look!


Modemoiselle is Now Available !
Ladies & Gentlemen, It’s our pleasure to present to you ComputeHer’s latest musical opus, “Modemoiselle!” A sensational mix of exotic and electric sound tapestries with jubilant, throbbing rhythms. Each song adds to the canvas with the most dynamic and rich colours possible. Let go and indulge yourself in this aural world of pure lo-fi sensuality and mischief! But don’t take our word for it, have a peek for yourself…

~Michelle :]