Scary Voices Remix Contest

Win prizes with PLP's contest for Halloween      26/10/10

Scary Voices Remix Contest


Folllowing on from their two free sets of Halloween samples, Peace Love Productions have announced their Scary Voices Remix Contest where you are invited to make a scary tune from some online samples. Here's what they have to say about it...
This contest will allow you the 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 upload your tune to the Soundcloud Dropbox.
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 =)
Pricing and Availability:
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