Remix competition launched by The Quietus and Poland’s Adam Mickiewicz Institute

News: 17th July 2019 by Louise Dodgson under Recording & Production

 Intriguing and inventive, The Quietus and Poland's Adam Mickiewicz Institute have teamed up to launch a cool creative competition for any budding music producers and remixers.

Using an archive of samples from the Polish Radio Experimental Studio, entrants are asked to create a new composition, from 180 to 360 seconds long. There is a prize of 2000Euros up for grabs.

The winners will be chosen by 5 judges who will be taking into account the originality of the work’s concept and sound, the relation between the work and aesthetics and history of the Polish Radio Experimental Studio, and the professionalism of music production.

The deadline for entries is 31st August - check out all the info you need via the links below, plus check out some of the compositions created so far to get an idea of how the competition is progressing...

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The Quietus and Poland's Adam Mickiewicz Institute team up for remix competition using Polish Radio Experimental Studio PRES sample archive


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