BREXIT JAZZ REMIX COMPETITION
Compost Records is launching a remix contest for Brexit Jazz “Brexit Jazz”, one of the spontaneously jammed gems created by Beanfield, Roberto Di Gioia (Marsmobil) and Compost head Michael Reinboth the day after the Brexit plebiscite. The Brexit will be a long story, that's why the remix contest has been launched.
Listen to the "Brexit Jazz" Original here: compostrecords.bandcamp.com/track/brexit-jazz
Download all the parts you need to get started and send your remix to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(best to both emails) lately until 31. December 2016
Please do not spread, share or offer your remix to any third party other than to us.
The Compost team in conjunction with Beanfield and Roberto Di Gioia will listen carefully to all the remixes and will select five (5) winners:
1. and 2. Prize: The two best ones chosen will get a release on Compost Records
3. Prize: Care-package of 20 vinyls and 20 CDs, and two T-Shirts from the Compost vaults
4. Prize: Care-package with 10 Vinyls, 10 CDs from the Compost vaults
5. Prize: "Soul / Love – 20 Years Compost Records" book incl. 40 Tracks Download
The deadline for your remix is 31th of December 2016.
Brexit Jazz Remix Competition Rules:
Your remix must contain at least ONE recognizable part of the original.
You must submit your remix via email email@example.com
Do not enable downloads or streams anywhere else
You can submit more than one remix if you like
Send a copy of your remix track on 16bit / 44 kHz lossless .wav or .aiff format
Keep an unmastered copy in 24bit / 44 kHz lossless .wav or .aiff format, with enough headroom (-6dB) for us to master
Do not send work in progress or unfinished remixes
Remix parts are copyright of © Compost Records , Compost Medien GmbH & Co KG, that means, they can only be used for this contest only. All other use is strictly prohibited.
Any recourse to courts of law is excluded.
The Brexit Jazz Remix competition schedule:
Remix competition begins now!
Submissions will closed on 31. December 2016
Winner will be chosen 30. January 2017