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Loopmasters releases Deep Tech & Progressive House

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Deep Tech & Progressive House

Loopmasters has launched Deep Tech & Progressive House, a new DJ Mixtools series sample library.

DEEP PROGRESSIVE & TECH HOUSE is a fresh collection of inspiring Progressive House and Tech samples assembled into 5 full tracks ready to mix, remix and blend into your DJ sets.

Mixtools 34 is packed with Deep Chords, Dubby SFX, Punchy Tech Beats and Funky Bass lines all recorded in D Minor at 123BPM allowing flexible mixing of the loops and stems to create extended mixes and monster mash ups for beach bars, main room dance floors and late night sessions worldwide.

The sample pack costs £15.95 GBP. Individual stems packs are available at £4.95 GBP each.

More information: Loopmasters / Deep Tech & Progressive House

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Subaqueous launches Kickstarter project for USB Splash Drive and Remix Album

Subaqueous USB Splash Drive

Subaqueous has announced a Kickstarter project for the USB Splash Drive, an 8GB custom USB drive that is loaded with music, remix stems, samples, Ableton live sets, and more.

The USB Splash Drive has a lot of music, unreleased tunes, and personal videos of me. This makes is an amazing insight and container of my music for any fan. For producers I have even more added bonuses on the USB Drive.

The Kickstarter project offers various rewards for pledging towards the goal of $2,222 USD, to be reached by Wednesday Jun 26, 12:19am EDT.

More information: Subaqueous USB Splash Drive and Remix Album

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Celemony intros new tutorials: Melodyne and Remix

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Celemony melodyne and remix

Celemony has introduced Melodyne and Remix, a new tutorial series for the Melodyne audio editing software.

In a new tutorial feature devoted to the creative use of Melodyne, Celemony is focussing on remixing.

Melodyne is known as a great tool for the correction of intonation errors and the optimization of vocal tracks, but is capable of much more. A series of video tutorials now shows how Melodyne helps to separate a vocal part from its accompaniment, how to produce crazy echoes and other effects with Melodyne’s characteristic audio notes and how to use audio-to-MIDI to double or replace sounds.

Fundamentals, such as how to adapt loops fast to new musical contexts and the more efficient use of Melodyne in a DAW, are also dealt with. Artists’ interviews and statements, important tips from the manual, remix examples from users, and a buyer’s guide to the various editions of Melodyne round off the series of tutorials.

More information: Celemony / Melodyne as a remix tool

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Delectable Records sample remix competition

Delectable Records Deep Sub Tech

Electronic music label and sample library production house Delectable Records is offering rekkerd.org readers a chance to win the new Deep Sub Tech sample pack.

To enter the contest, simply download the free contest sample pack and create a track featuring at least 5 samples from the pack.

The 1st place winner will get a special feature on the Delectable Records. This is a great chance to get some exposure for your work!

Submit your entry before the deadline, June 9th, 2013. The details are below.

Contest rules

  • Download the 20 sample promo pack here.
  • Create a track using at least 5 samples from the pack. Samples may be manipulated and other audio sources may be used as well (make sure all material is cleared).
  • Upload the track in 44.1kHz/24-bit format to your preferred ftp/storage service.
  • Submit a link to your track alongside a photo and short bio/career highlights to prod@delectablerecords.com. One entry per contestant allowed.
  • Contest deadline: June 9th, 2013, 11.59pm CET.
  • Delectable Records will pick 3 winners, each to receive a DR sample pack of their choice. Winners will be notified.
  • The 1st place winner gets a special winner’s tab feature on the DR website.

Good luck and have fun!

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Image-Line releases Deckadance 2 DJ software

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Image-Line releases Deckadance 2, a DJ mixing software application for Windows and Mac.

We are excited to announce Deckadance 2 is now available for your PC or MAC from just $79 USD.

Deckadance 2 is perfectly suited to today’s evolving ‘remix-style’ DJ performances and works as a stand-alone application or VST plugin in your favorite host such as FL Studio.

Changes in Deckadance 2

  • Decks – 2 or 4 decks.
  • Smartknobs – Link a knob to multiple FX & Mixer interface targets. User-programmable envelopes.
  • GrossBeat – 8 user defined FX per deck with integrated editor. Program glitch, stutter & scratch FX.
  • Isolator Effects – Up to 3 insert effects per track (from 10) applied independently to High/Mid or Low band.
  • Sampler – 1/32 to 16 step beat-matched easy sampling. One shot, trigger, retrigger and loop modes.
  • Smart Panels – User configurable Loop, Cue, Grid, DVS, Key, Smart Knob and Tempo panels.
  • VST host & client – Hosts VST plugins. Includes Effector VST plugin.
  • Library – iTunes library support. Play lists and automated mixing options.

Deckadance 2 for Windows and Mac is available to purchase for $79 USD / $149 USD (DVS support). The update is free for existing customers.
New Image-Line customers can get 10% discount on their order with this promotional link.

More information: Image-Line / Deckadance

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Soundation launches “Moon of Dreams” Remix Competition

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Egine & T-Pain

Soundation Studio has announced its first remix contest with stems from the recently released song “Moon of Dreams” by new artist Egine featuring T-Pain.

Go to www.soundation.com and hit “Remix Now” which opens up the “Moon of Dreams” song stems for the first 1:30 of the song directly in Soundation Studio.

Soundation is the free music making app that works right from your web browser with 8 virtual instruments, 11 real-time effects, imports wav and midi files and records audio.

Post your remix into the Egine Remix Group directly from Soundation Studio and the top 20 vote getters will be presented to “Growing Soul Records” and they will select a winner.

The winner will get the full stems and a contract from “Growing Soul Records” to release the official Club Remix of “Moon of Dreams” plus $500. If you have ever wanted to try remixing this is the perfect opportunity with the software and song stems all in one place for free!

The deadline for contest submissions is May 10th, 6:00 pm EST, 24:00 CET.

More information: Soundation

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Laptoprockers launches Spacehog Remix Contest

Laptoprockers Spacehog Remix Contest

Laptoprockers has announced the Spacehog Remix Contest, a contest in collaboration with Sonos and Blue Microphones.

On October 24, 1995, Spacehog released their debut album Resident Alien, which sold a million copies and spawned the hit single and video In the Meantime. By colliding glam-rock influences with a wall of distorted guitars and the stupendous daring of their lead vocals, Spacehog created their own genre of sound. The band’s second LP The Chinese Album (1998) featured a more ambitious symphonic sound in the spirit of British psychedelic rock, garnering critical acclaim. Moving away further from commercial viability with their 3rd album The Hogyssey, Spacehog disbanded in 2001. But they’re back!

With a new album on the way, Spacehog invite you to remix their 1996 hit: In The Meantime.

The band have teamed up with Sonos and Blue Microphones to fill the prize pool for this remix contest with some very nice gear worth over $1000.

We’ve posted the instrumental and vocal stems to In The Meantime on Soundcloud for you to download.
The contest closes May 16th, one month after the release date of their new album As It Is On Earth.

More information: Laptoprockers

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