iPolysix Remix Contest

Wordwide contest offers prizes for remixing a track on Korg's iPad app      04/01/13
iPolysix Remix Contest


Korg has teamed up with SoundCloud to offer a global remix contest in celebration of Korg's new iPad app, iPolysix. The contest, which runs from December 19, 2012 through January 31, 2013, invites musicians to create a remixed track on iPolysix from a selection provided on the contest page, then upload the remix track directly from iPolysix via "Polyshare powered by SoundCloud."

A grand prize winner and five runners up will be selected. A list of remixable tracks and complete prize and contest information can be found here.

About iPolysix:

The new, intuitive iPolysix app evokes Korg's legendary analog polyphonic synthesizer while taking full advantage of the iPad® interface. Up to eight instances of the synth can be used in conjunction with new features that include a sequencer, drum machine, multiple effects, Korg's acclaimed Kaoss touch functionality and a complete automated mixer.

About SoundCloud

Launched in 2008 by Alexander Ljung and Eric Wahlforss, SoundCloud is a social sound platform that gives users unprecedented access to the world's largest community of music and audio creators, by providing a way to publish songs or to collaborate on new music with friends anywhere in the world via audio data export. For more information, go to: soundcloud.com

Pricing and Availability:
Free entry

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