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Hi,

Here is the poll to select which idea will be used for the next contest.
There is 4 ideas actually.

1) szaszhareen

"2-4-6 buzzed buzz contest"

drink 4-6 beers in rapid succession (say within the span of 2 hours), then give yourself 2 hours to write a 2 minute tune.

you can use any machines or samples, the key thing is to make sure you have a buzz and time yourself to 2 hours writing the track.


2) AndersBrontosaurus

Make your own cover/interpretation of Scarborough fair.
All tricks allowed. No holds barred.
Definite success and this tune could use some new versions.
:-D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46VdoKjW_mA

http://www.911tabs.com/tabs/s/simon_and ... htm#309056

3) mag

To rewrite the soundtrack of this :
http://youtu.be/ru6hGwjfRqM
You can use the existing backtrack or not, as you want.

4) mag

Remixing an Oskari starter bmx for a compo (a.k.a 'a contest'). It's LeChuck Theme from the video game Monkey Island : http://youtu.be/wnAghYUxLms

In the blah-blah section of the bmx are written the rules :

General Rules
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+ You can add up to 2 more copies of each machine that are supplied in the template for a total of 3 (including the origional)
+ You can add one sample that is <= 200kb in size
+ You can connect the machines however you would like

- You cannot add new machines that are not already in the template
- You cannot process the given samples in an external editor (that includes the waveedit.dll)

Sounds good to me as rules.

Make your choice :) Write 1 or 2 or 3 or 4 here. Thanks!

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no vote ?... :cry:

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2)

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Ah thanks! :lol:

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i'd vote for 2 myself but right now I'm not really in the position to compose...

:cry:

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AndersBrontosaurus wrote:i'd vote for 2 myself but right now I'm not really in the position to compose...
It will not be very soon so you have time...
Anyway I count your vote :lol:

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i like my idea but the scarborough fair one seems better. i have been having computer issues but think i've solved them enough to at least write a scarborough fair cover. i wonder how i will pull it off though, i've tried to make a bmx in 3/4 time when the idea was first suggested but didn't get very far. maybe i should just record myself playing it and mangle the sample or something.

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