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Remix competition: Winning tune pressed on vinyl

Thursday November 30, 2006
Remix a track, get your work pressed on vinyl. All you have to do is win a competition...
Remix competition: Winning tune pressed on vinyl

To mark the release of Microwave's debut single The Sound Of No Good I have decided to launch a remix competition in search for talented producers who want to get their music signed and printed on vinyl along with some big names in the industry. You can listen to a full length version of the track at Microwave's MySpace profile: www.myspace.com/microwavesounds

The general framework of Horseplay Records is Minimal Techno/House/Electro, but that should serve you as a guideline rather than a strict limitation to your creative approach. I am looking for interesting new wave dancefloor music, opposing the clichés of electronic music creation and pushing the boundaries of perception to a new level.

If you are interested in taking part in the remix competition send a message to mwavemusic@googlemail.com and I will arrange the transfer of a bank with sample extracts from the master track.

Competition Rules:

  • You should submit only one remix per artist name.
  • Encode your final version as a WAV or AIFF (24-bit preferred over 16-bit)
  • The file should be sent via www.yousendit.com and addressed to mwavemusic@googlemail.com
  • With your submission, include your:
    • Artist name
    • Real name
    • Website address
    • Mailing address
    • Biography
    • Photograph
  • Closing date for entry submission: 1.Sept.2007

Good luck and productive knob tweaking.


More information from www.myspace.com/microwavesounds

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David Mellor has been creating music and recording in professional and home studios for more than 30 years. This website is all about learning how to improve and have more fun with music and recording. If you enjoy creating music and recording it, then you're definitely in the right place :-)