SWC029 - Songwriting Competition 029

    

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The Songwriting Competition is a monthly recurring competition by the Mix Challenge audio community.

 

This month's theme: "Community Scramble" - write a production in any genre you feel like, fitting to the given premise
This month's genre: free to select
Deadline: 24-01-2020 11:59pm GMT+1/CET

 

Additional Information:

The Mix Challenge audio community collected a handful of self-created sounds/samples from various participants in December 2019, which act as the sole sound source for this particular Songwriting Competition (SWC029/January). This special challenge is known as "Community Scramble", and it originated in December 2018.

The twist, is to create a production with just these sounds and samples. But there is absolutely no limit on how you get there - you are allowed to use any tool that is at your disposal. You can use resampling, wavetable synthesis, various types of modulation, etc. As long as you don't use any additional synth or instruments (vocals are allowed though). Else, the rules of the Songwriting Competition apply.

More about the concept can be read here, and the game thread can be found through this link.

 

Joining is absolutely free, you can use whatever tools are at your disposal, feedback is mandatory to all participants, the winners podium have a chance to win prizes (among them KV311 Audio, IK Multimedia, Tone2, JRR Sounds, Luftrum, Hollow Sun and more).

More information on:
https://mix-challenge.com

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