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Image-Line introduces Protafield Remix Contest

Image-Line has announced the Protafield “Severe Sever” Remix Contest, in association with Protafield, Caroline, Universal Music, Ask AudioVideo and RØDE Microphones.

Protafield & Caroline/Universal music are looking for a ‘radio ready’ remix of Protafield’s “Severe Sever” track, it could be your remix!.

All you have to do is download the project from the FL Studio Looptalk forum and take as much or little of the original as you like, to remix it into something you would like to hear on the radio. Why not grab the chance to get a song publication under your belt and make some contacts in the industry.

Prizes include Ask AudioVideo 12, 6 & 3 month subscriptions, a RØDE NT1 Microphone Kit, and IL VCash ($1000, $500, $300).

The competition closes Midnight Tuesday July 8th, 2014, GMT.

More information: Protafield “Severe Sever” Remix Contest

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Short links for December 3rd, 2007

Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on December 3rd, 2007:

Guy with big sound on his bike
Guy with big sound on his bike (photo by Tyler Hicks/The New York Times)
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Short links for November 29th, 2007

Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on November 29th, 2007:

  • Digital Music, Universal, and Why Water is Thicker Than Coke – Peter Kirn reflects on Doug Morris (Universal’s CEO) saying in an interview with Wired:

    “Really, an album that someone worked on for two years — is that worth only $9, $10, when people pay two bucks for coffee in Starbucks?” Morris sighs. “People never really understand what’s happening to the artists … If you had Coca-Cola coming through the faucet in your kitchen, how much would you be willing to pay for Coca-Cola? There you go,” he says. “That’s what happened to the record business.”

    HijiNKS ENSUE posted a comic in relation to the interview here.

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