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Peace Love Productions Scary Voices Halloween Remix Contest

Peace Love Productions has announced the Scary Voices Contest, a Halloween themed remix contest.

PLP has teamed up with Soundcloud, Chicago Industrial group Khemique, Sony Creative, and Tunecore to bring you the Scary Voices Remix Contest. This contest will allow producers an opportunity to create a scary song for Halloween using vocal samples from Johann Smit (front man from Chicago Industrial group Khemique).

The best and scariest song/remix wins some great prizes and exposure. Make what you feel like making but keep in mind , we like Industrial, EBM, and Electro =)

Directions: Simply download the free Scary Voice Samples and make an interesting tune using at least one of them. The more samples you use the better. Let your sound design and compositional skills take control!
Then simply return to our contest page and upload your tune to the Soundcloud Dropbox.

You can listen to other entries and join in the fun.

Peace Love Productions Scary Voices Contest

Scary Voices Remix Contest prizes

  • 2 Sony loop CDs. Sony’s X-Core Hardcore Construction Kit & Dirty Disco: Nouveau Breakbeat $80 Value
  • 1 Year 1 Album Distribution Package From Tunecore $49.95 Value
  • 1 Download of choice from PLP $29.95 Value
  • Khemique’s All In Download $9.99 Value
  • Exposure on the PLP and Soundcloud website. Priceless =)

Submission deadline is midnight CST, 27 November.

More information: Peace Love Productions / Scary Voices Contest

Free Halloween Themed Scary Voice Samples from Peace Love Productions

Peace Love Productions Scary Voices

Peace Love Productions is giving away Scary Voices, a free sample pack featuring with a Halloween theme.

PLP is pleased to give away a set of 20 scary male voice loops performed by Johann Smit from popular Goth/Industrial/EBM group Khemique. Phrases include spoken word poems, laughter, howling, and single words (Halloween, Arise, Trick Or Treat, Beware, etc). Use these loops royalty free in your scary productions. Great for Youtube videos, Haunted Houses, Halloween music, and more.

The loops are tempo synced to 100 BPM, 24-bit/44.1kHz Stereo format.

PLP has also announced a contest where you can win a free download pack of your choice (up to $29.95 in value) by making something interesting with the free Halloween sample pack.

More information: Peace Love Productions

Peace Love Productions releases Scary Voices

Peace Love Productions Scary Voices

Peace Love Productions has released Scary Voices, a free set of 20 scary male voice loops performed by the talented Johann Smit from popular Goth/Industrial/EBM group Khemique.

You’ll get spoken word poems, laughter, howling, and single words (Halloween, Arise, Trick Or Treat, Beware, etc).

Use these loops royalty free in your scary productions. Great for Youtube videos, Haunted Houses, Halloween music, and more.

Make something interesting with them, send us a link to it, and we’ll chose the best piece. The winner gets a free download pack choice. Each loop is tempo synced to 100 BPM. 24 bit 44.1kHz Stereo.

More information: Peace Love Productions / Scary Voices

Solid State Logic releases X-Orcism

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Solid State Logic X-Orcism

Solid State Logic has released X-Orcism, a freeware plug-in for Windows and Mac.

In response to ghost stories of economic doom and gloom we invite you to celebrate the festival of witches and ghouls with a bit of fun. SSL is proud to offer you ‘X-Orcism’, our free Halloween VST/AU format plug-in. Feed in your voice and you will be transformed into the voice of Halloween itself… be afraid, be very afraid.

The X-Orcism plug-in is available at no cost from the SSL website (registration required).

SSL also announced some Halloween Special Offers: For 1 month only you can get your hands on the legendary sound of the SSL 4000 E OR latest generation SSL SuperAnalogue console EQ & Dynamics processing at up to 30% off list price.

Visit Solid State Logic for more information.

Manytone Music announces Birthday/Halloween discounts

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Manytone Music has announced a special Birthday/Halloween discount for October.

Paul Brown writes:

It’s my Birthday October 14th and I turn 44. It is also Halloween on the 31st which is one of my favorite special occasions.

So, We decided to offer a special Birthday/Halloween deal. It’s the best price we have ever offered on a few of the ManyTone products so please have a look.

Manytone offers 44% off the regular price of their products until October 31st 2008.

Birthday/Halloween discounts

  • ManyBass Bundle – Regular $179.95. Get it now for $100.77
  • ManyBass – Regular $139.95. Get it now for $78.37
  • ManyGuitar – Regular $99.95. Get it now for $55.97
  • ManyStation – Regular $99.99. Get it now for $55.99
  • ManyOne – Regular $49.95. Get it now on sale for 50%off – $24.95
  • Upright Bass or Electric/Acoustic Bass or Ultimate Bass Kit – Regular $29.95 each. Get them now for $16.77 each.
  • Fretless Bass – Regular $59.95. Get it for $33.57

To get these prices you need to use the special purchase links on the Manytone homepage (it is the only page with these special priced links).

Visit Manytone Music for more information.

Sounds from Saturn

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Sounds from Saturn is a collection of eerie noises, audio files made from data collected by the Cassini-Huygens mission to Saturn.

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has posted links to sound files released over the past several years by the mission team, timed to coincide with Halloween.

Sounds from Saturn

David Shiga from New Scientist writes:

Most are not actually sound recordings, but the result of converting non-audio data like magnetic field measurements into sound using computers.

On the Sounds from Saturn page you’ll find:

Visit the Jet Propulsion Laboratory site for more information.

Link via New Scientist