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C’mon guys n gals, all this has been answered.
The rules a pretty fair and simple and I think you will find that they are gonna be
similar in most competitions of this nature.
What about the competition beatport just hosted, you actually had to BUY the
If someone comes up with a slammin riff that they feel is good enough to stand
alone as a track, you got a contact at a record label right here who may be able
to give you a yes or no to signing it as its own track.
If that killer hook wins the comp, why would you want to use it again in another track?
Even the Venga Boys changed one chord in each of their tracks!
The way I see it, (feel free to correct me as im no lawyer)
If you love the sound of an instrument you created, that is still yours to use as freely
as you like with another score.
As long as you dont sample your winning mix, you are simply creating a sound
with your software. It would be like a session drummer having to buy a new drum
kit after every signed recording otherwise.
Or even a voice over only being able to make one recording as their voice is
now copyrighted and owned by someone else!
The prize on offer is rather nice if your a bedroom producer like myself and thats
getting your name out in the wide world.
Please dont think im having a go at anyone here, I mention this as the same
questions seem to be getting asked in one way or another and it sounds like
some people need a little re-assurance that their not selling their soul to the devil.
(Can you just confirm the bit about our souls lovegravy….?)
Anyways, best of luck to all the entrants
The deadline is nearly up!!!!