Competition: iZotope Iris Sound Design With $6k+ Of Prizes

Get creative and win big      19/07/12

Competition: iZotope Iris Sound Design With $6k+ Of Prizes


We're very excited to announce a new competition in conjunction with iZotope Iris, we're running the "Find Music In Everything Competition". The top prize is $2,000 worth of iZotope software for the - as well as guest appearance on the Sonic TALK podcast (@priceless!) with five category winners (Ambient, Pad, Melodic, Sonic TALK and most popular) recieving $1,000 worth of iZotope software.

Inspired by the spectrogram technology in iZotope's flagship restoration software, RX 2, the seed for Iris was first planted on SonicTALK podcast number 192. For more background, check out the Iris overview videos and Podcast 192 below.

 

The Challenge

Create an original, synth-ready sound from one or more audio sources using iZotope Iris. With Iris, the sonic possibilities are endless. Dig in and show us your most unconventional sample, your creepiest ambience, or your boldest lead. Better yet - surprise us! We want to see your creative side!

You can download a 10 day unlimited trial to create your masterpiece - see the link below.

Okay - hit the Competition Page

About Iris

Driven by iZotope's award-winning visual selection technology, iZotope Iris is a groundbreaking sample-based synthesizer that harnesses the power of both your eyes and your ears. Fuel your creativity with Iris's new spin on sound design: a "visual instrument" that's perfect for musical inspiration and sonic experimentation.

 

 


 

More From: IZOTOPE
Even more news...

 



More Videos

Sonic LAB: Arturia MatrixBrute Preview 

We got one here - any questions?


NAMM 2017: Malekko and Industrial Music Electronics Groovebox Collaboration 

Josh and Scott show us through their collaborative grooveboxes


NAMM 2017: 1010Music Bitbox Sampler and Upcoming Modules 

24 Bit Eurorack sampler and more from 1010Music


NAMM 2017: 4ms Stereo Triggered Sampler & Tapographic Delay 

2 New modules from Dan Green