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Loopmasters launches DJ Mag Producers Competition – Win a day in the studio with Glimpse or High Rankin

Loopmasters has launched the DJ Mag Producers Competition, a chance to win a day in the studio with Glimpse or High Rankin.

Loopmasters DJ Mag Producers Competition

Hey producers, here’s a chance to get involved in a great competition to win a day in the studio to finish off a track with a producer at the top of their game – either Glimpse or High Rankin.

The winning mix will receive:

  • Live-Courses.com – Online Ableton training course
  • Ableton Live 8
  • FXPansion – Geist or Synth Squad
  • Mixed In Key – Mixed In Key + Platinum Notes
  • D16 Group – 1 Plugin of your choice
  • Soundcloud – PRO account
  • Loopmasters – 5 Artist Series DVDs
  • Kilohearts – One Synthesizer
  • BlueCat Audio – Audio Analysis Plugins Bundle
  • Sinevibes – Diffusion Synthesizer + 5 Sample Packs
  • Public Records – potential release on Public Recordings

The submission phase of the remix competition starts Nov 26th 2011 and ends on Dec 24th at midnight GMT.

More information: DJ Mag Producers Competition

Ohm Force updates plugins + contests announced

Ohm Force

Ohm Force has released updates for the Windows versions of its plug-ins.

We have updated the VST for Windows and RTAS for Windows versions of all the plug-ins (except the Ohmicide:Melohman, which was already updated in December). In addition of some minor bugfixes they’ve all been ported to VST 2.4, which is the start of the process of porting them to 64bits in a near future.

The updated plug-ins are now available to download for registered users.

Public Records Retrofox remix contest

Ohm Force is also sponsoring two contests, the Retrofox – Bubblegum remix contest at Public Records and the Beatport’s Martin Solveig “Hello” remix contest.

The Retrofox – Bubblegum runs until February 28th with prizes from Ohm Force (bundles and plug-ins), up 5 to Loopmasters’ artist series DVDs for the winners, and the winner track will be released by Public Records.

Furthermore, both Ohmforce and Loopmasters are offering a special discount for its products:

  • 25% off Ohmforce plug-ins and bundles, use coupon code LOOHMPMASTERS at checkout.
  • 20% off your order of Loopmasters products, use coupon code OHM20 at checkout (valid for one order per person).
Beatport Martin Solveig remix contest

Martin Solveig’s “Hello” remix contest at Beatport has just launched (remix stems available to purchase for $1.99 USD) and will be accepting entries from February 22nd until March 7th.

Ohm Force is sponsoring the contest with an ALL-ALL Bundle, with other prizes including products from FXPansion, Native Instruments, Novation, Point Blank and many more.

But most importantly of all, the winning remixes will be released on Martin’s very own MIXTURE record label – what a way to come and say “Hello” to the world!

More information: Ohm Force

Public Records 01 – Eclectic Beats, compilation out now

Public Records 01 - Eclectic Beats

Public Records, the brand new record label launched by sample boutique Loopmasters, has released their first release Public Records 01 – Eclectic Beats.

PUBLIC RECORDS 01 – ECLECTIC BEATS is just that, as the first compilation the label wanted to throw the net open to as wide an audience as possible and the first release says it all, serving a selection of great music for a variety of tastes. Whether you like it hard and techy or soulful and relaxed, it’s here. From House, Disco, Soul, Dubstep, Drum n’ Bass to Chillout from upcoming names such as Retrofox, Maritzo, Vital Techniques, Become Other and Stephen Fewell this album has it all! The release has already been getting strong feedback from a selection of top word-class DJs and is currently exclusive at Traxsource. “Eclectic Beats” will hit all major online retailers Oct.4th.

PR01 – Eclectic Beats by PublicRecords

The next release of Public Records will focus on the Dubstep/DnB/Breaks sound – if you feel your music is ready to reach the public, visit the website and upload your music now. The submission phase for PR02 ends Sept 30th.

More information: Public Records

Public Records, online platform for undiscovered artists launches

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Public Records

Public Records has launced its website, providing talented and undiscovered artists with an effective platform to launch their careers.

Frustrated that you can’t get your music heard? Fed up with the archaic structure of the record industry? Fear not! New label Public Records puts the creative choice back where it should belong, into the hands of you, the public!

Artists can upload tracks to the label’s drop-box on the website. The label will shortlist the submissions, posting a key selection of received tracks onto the Public Records site where listeners can give their thoughts and vote for their favourite tunes. Public vote winners are then offered the option to release with Public Records through a simple and easy to understand agreement. Artists commit only on a track-by-track basis, giving the artist and the public complete control.

Our site makes use of social media tools so that user votes and feedback are easily and seamlessly spread across the web, promoting your music to an untapped audience during the voting stage. Even if your submitted tracks aren’t ultimately signed, we will help spread your music across social networks and draw new attention to your music, increasing your profile.

If you are signed with us, we will promote your music and make use of our key partnerships to get your music out there. We are here to act as a launch pad to move on to other labels if you choose – think of Public Records as a starting point for the rest of your future!

Public Records is accepting a first round of submissions until July 4th 2010, after which there will be a three week period of public voting.

The first release from Public Records will be in September 2010, and a second round of submissions will start in Autumn 2010.

More information: Public Records