[ANN] Open Source Music FM Synthesizer Challenge starts September 15th, 2018

Dieses Thema im Forum "Linux" wurde erstellt von khz, 5. September 2018.

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  1. khz

    khz D@AU ~/Orwell # ./.cris/pr.run

    c/p von https://linuxmusicians.com/viewtopic.php?t=18955&p=96708#p96708

    Open Source Audio Meeting Cologne proudly presents:

    The OPEN SOURCE MUSIC FM SYNTHESIZER CHALLENGE

    https://fmchallenge.osamc.de/

    What:

    Install one or several of the Open Source FM Synthesizers we selected, make an awesome track using only these synthesizers as sound sources, upload it to archive.org under a Creative Commons license and submit it into the competition.

    When:

    The competition starts on September 15th, 2018 and runs for one month until the end of October 14th, 2018.

    Who:

    Everybody (i.e. every natural person) can enter the competition. All selected synthesizers are Free Software and getting started with music production using Open Source software is easy and free to everyone!

    Winning:

    The winner of the competition is selected by public vote.

    Voting starts on *October 15th, 2018* and is open for *ten days*. The entry receiving the most points wins and will be presented at the second Sonoj Convention in Cologne on the weekend of October 27th/28th. Second and third places will be awarded as well.

    The winners will only receive fame and glory, but the community as a whole also wins!

    Before you enter the competition, be sure to check out the detailed rules!

    Please share this announcement to all interested parties. If you wish to sponsor prices for the competition winners, please contact the organizer!


    Let's make some awesome music using Open Source FM Synthesizers!


    Christopher Arndt, Organizer
    Open Source Audio Meeting Cologne
    https://fmchallenge.osamc.de/
     
  2. hairmetal_81

    hairmetal_81 Mitglied in Capt. Obvious' Lambada-Testlabor

    OxeFM ...hell yeah! :phat:
     
  3. khz

    khz D@AU ~/Orwell # ./.cris/pr.run

    Ja, das ist die Welt der GNU's
    :linux::fellseq::linux: