Back in December, KORG announced their iPolysix Remix Contest for their new app iPolysix for iPad. Remix a track from the selection of original tracks provided by KORG, composed entirely on the iPolysix. There’s nine days left to enter the contest. Head over to http://ipolysix.herokuapp.com to find out more.
Your track will be certified as an Official Track and pre-installed on the next iPolysix update. A ton of other goodies are also up for grabs.
Here’s a sample of some sounds that have been created using iPolysix in the iPolysix Featured Tracks Vol. 1 set so far and a newly posted Vol. 2.
We’re challenging you to bust out your thinking caps and get experimental with…sound! So how would you capture the birth of an idea in the form of sound? Or the sound of falling in love? Or even better, the sound of a post-apocalyptic landscape?
We’ve teamed up with Vancouver Film School (VFS) to get the gears in your brain turning, your record buttons ready, and encourage all of you SoundClouders to capture a sound that’s never been heard before. We’re excited and so is VFS, check out a special recording from Shane Rees, VFS’s Head of Sound Design for Visual Media here:
The SoundClouders who are successful in capturing a sound that’s never been heard before will have a chance to win a full tuition scholarship to VFS’s Sound Design for Visual Media program. Cool deal, huh? Now, down to business:
Capture at least one of the below topics in the form of sound, in whichever way you like – and with as much creativity as you can:
• The colour red
• The birth of an idea
• An imaginary animal being born
• Falling in love
• A post-apocalyptic landscape
Enter on the contest page here for a chance to win a scholarship. When entering make sure to write (in the sound’s description) who you are, why sound is a passion for you, what equipment/software/techniques you used to create your submission and what makes you so sure this program is what you want to do. More details on the contest here.
Alright, sound good? Ready, set, go be the first to record a sound that’s never been heard!