Contest Cinematique – music production competition

Contest Cinematique

Comprising over 40 titles, the Cinematique Instruments sound library of rare and unique sampled instruments includes strings, keys, percussion, mallets & tuned percussion, drumboxes, the Gecko series of musical tools, and some more experimental things.

The library is perfectly suitable for all kinds of music productions giving your music a special character. Even though there is a slight focus on film music, you can benefit from these unique sounds in various fields of music productions, too.

When listening to the product demo tracks and music pieces composed with Cinematique Instruments – most of which are by Cinematique’s very own Eric van Gent – you will find a consistent quality and vibe to what you hear. This is where the contest comes in.

The idea of “Contest Cinematique” is to compose a track in the vein of Cinematique Instruments. In other words, to create something with that signature sound/feel that Cinematique describes as doing things “the other way”.

For those up to the challenge, there is a chance to win some prizes. The top 3 winners – chosen by Cinematique Instruments, will receive a number of Cinematique Instruments products:

  • 1st prize: 7 instrument libraries of your choice (~ 210 EUR value)
  • 2nd prize: 3 instrument libraries of your choice (~ 90 EUR value)
  • 3rd prize: 1 instrument library of your choice (~ 30 EUR value)

Contest rules

  • The theme is to create a track in the “style” of Cinematique Instruments.
  • Your entry should be composed specifically for this contest. There are no other limitations (song length, instruments/sounds used, etc.)
  • Submit your entry in mp3 format (minimum 192kbit) per email to contest@rekkerd.org before May 26th, 2012, 11:59pm CET.
  • One entry per person is allowed, you will receive confirmation of your submission per email.
  • The winners will be chosen by Cinematique Instruments.

Contest rules subject to change. If you have any questions feel free to contact me or comment on this post.

Contest entries

  • http://rekkerd.org Ronnie

    Just in case it’s not clear, you are allowed to use whatever tools you like to compose your track (so it’s not limited to using Cinematique Instruments libraries).

  • http://www.facebook.com/david.alexander.mcdonald David Alexander McDonald

    Hmmm…time to bring my Weird Scoring skills back out, eh?

  • DJ Chaz

    i can’t find the link for the samples for the contest

    • http://rekkerd.org Ronnie

      For this one you are free to use any sound sources you want, there’s no sample pack this time.

  • http://www.capitoliscompagni.it/ Andrea Riderelli

    is there a limit of duration for the piece to write?

    thanks,

    andrea

    • http://rekkerd.org Ronnie

      Hi Andrea, there’s no limitation.
      Cheers, Ronnie

      • http://www.capitoliscompagni.it/ Andrea Riderelli

        thank you very much!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mylifeisart-Autonome/100001240888046 Mylifeisart Autonome

    No limitation about the time of the track ?

    • http://rekkerd.org Ronnie

      There are no limitations to track length. I’ve updated the rules to reflect this.

  • http://www.facebook.com/thomas.lapperre Thomas Lapperre

    Excellent contest, count me in!

  • http://www.facebook.com/mikolajholowko Mikolaj Holowko

    Hi there. I don’t own any of Cinematique Instruments libs and i don’t understand what Cinematique Instruments Style is? Could you point me at some references? Cheers

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/SRWYHACZMNUDLYX4WS326DLQMA satYa

    Good luck to all the contestants. When do we get to know the results?

    • http://rekkerd.org Ronnie

      The guys at Cinematique Instruments are checking the entries. As soon as they pick the winners I will let you all know, problably within the next few days.

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