KV331 launches SynthMaster-based song contest
KV331 organizes a song contest with cash prizes open to SynthMaster registered users.
While still working on the future SynthMaster v2.8 and SynthMaster Player iOS v1.1, KV331 has decided to start a song contest for Synthmaster's desktop versions users (including those of the currently discounted SynthMaster Player) with cash prizes.
Prize list is as follows:
- 1st place: $300 cash + SynthMaster Everything Bundle Upgrade license
- 2nd place: $250 cash + SynthMaster Everything Bundle Upgrade license
- 3rd place: $200 cash + SynthMaster Everything Bundle Upgrade license
- 4th place: $150 cash + 10 preset bank licenses
- 5th place: $100 cash + 10 preset bank licenses
- 6th-10th places: 10 preset bank licenses
- Others will receive 2 preset banks for free
The announced rules & conditions of the contest are as follows:
- Any licensed user of SynthMaster or SynthMaster Player can enter this contest.
- The song should be between 3 to 5 minutes in 320kbits/sec, 44.1khz stereo MP3 format.
- External effects, vocals or drums can be used in the song. External instruments, synths, etc are obviously not allowed.
- Presets from SynthMaster expansions or user presets can be used.
- The songs should be sent between November 15-November 30. Preferably, the files should be sent over file-sharing services like DropBox.
- All songs will be uploaded to a new playlist on KV331's SoundCloud channel and announced on both their SoundCloud and Facebook channels.
- Public voting will take place on KV331's SoundCloud and Facebook channels between December 1-December 15. There will also be a private jury voting, with the jury being formed from SynthMaster sound designers and users invited by KV331 Audio.
- The weight of public/private voting will be 50%/50%, and the top 10 results will be announced on December 16.
- Cash prizes will be paid via PayPal.
See the Synthmaster Facebook page for more details.
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