Anthony Schmitt (Nonfinite) is a musician based out of Madison, Wisconsin. He began his experience with music when he was 4, when he began playing violin. After 10 years, he moved from classical performance over to jazz, and played with several bands in the upper Wisconsin area. Eventually, wanting to branch out from performance into composition, and heavily influenced by years of video games, he moved over to chiptune.
Nonfinite now owns and operates one of the world's largest companies specializing in the modification of vintage computing and gaming equipment for musical use. Nonfinite Electronics (www.nonelectronics.com) caters to some of the biggest names in the chiptune scene, including Nullsleep, USK, Cow'P, Fighter X, Bud Melvin, and many others.
When he's not busy making music or modding Game Boys, Nonfinite also heads Chip-In (www.chip-in.com), an organization that collects and distributes donations in the form of grants to hardware and software developers in the chiptune community, as well as event promoters and other do-gooders in the scene that could use a financial hand.