Taking our courses to the next level, here on Sonic you can now watch the track being made, download both the project and stems and then, submit your own remix with the chance to win some great prizes.
The 'How To Make ‘What Love Is’ with Televisor Remix Contest is exclusive, here on Sonic Academy. We have teamed up with one of the worlds biggest dance music label’s - only the mighty Armada Music. We are offering the best remix a chance to be heard by the world, by getting a release on Armada music’s Bearded Man Recordings. We think we have one of the best music-making communities anywhere, and the level of production skillz coming through the forums is truly amazing. So, we are super excited to see what you guys can come up with - we know you can smash it. You can now download the stems from this Nu-Disco monster and start to work your magic! We have shown you how to make the tune, now it’s over to you to get creative, and bust out those precious beats and show the world your production talent.
If your remix of ‘What Love Is’ is chosen by the band and Armada Music, you can win a spot on the actual on the remix package*! But that’s not all, for the best remix, you will also win a £300 CASH PRIZE as well as a £50 Sonic Academy Store Voucher. We will also have two amazing runners up prizes. If you’ve created the second best remix you’ll win a £50 Sonic Academy Store Voucher and third place wins a £25 Sonic Academy Store Voucher.
Go get started! We can’t wait to hear your submissions.
Legit question, whats measures do you guys have in place to keep these contests fair? Like whats to stop people making sock accounts and just upvoting their own track? I can vote right now and I don’t even have a subscription. In both this and the previous contest there are tracks in the top 3 that honestly seem like they shouldn’t be there (no offense). And its not just about personal preference, even basic musicianship / production is poor in some of the top voted tracks, again not trying to offend just asking the question.
Thank you very much! Great to hear you like it
To be honest I feel it could use some final adjustments. Some mistakes have crept in during the final hours that now sound glaringly obvious to me. But then again we all probably could have used more time