Alok & Fractal System Remix Comp


DEADLINE: ENDED
Artist: Alok & Fractal System
Track: Don’t Ya
Genre: Electronica, EDM
Vocals: Female
Hosted on Plugged In
Contest Page

We’ve teamed up with US label Audiophile Records and Novation to bring you another exclusive remix contest here on Plugged In! We’re inviting all producers out there to download the stems of the forthcoming single from Brazilian dance artists Alok & Fractal System featuring singer Bea Jourdan, ‘Don’t Ya’, and submit their remix on Plugged In before midnight GMT on Sunday, March 13th.

The winner will receive a Novation Producer Pack worth over £1,300, including a Novation Launchkey 25 MKII, a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 interface, and a pair of KRK Rokit 5″ studio monitors, plus we’re throwing in afree eight-week online course from Point Blank as well as a one-on-one 45-minute production mentoring session with the artists!

The winning track will also get some great exposure from being shared on social media by Audiophile Records as well as Alok and Fractal System, who have over a million followers between them.

Here’s how to enter:

Download the parts of ‘Dont Ya’ here.

– Create a new track in any genre – entries will be judged on their quality and originality!

  • Upload your track to Soundcloud as a public link, and submit the track via the Tracks page here on Plugged In.

  • Make sure you include ‘Don’t Ya Remix’ in the title of your track when you submit it here on Plugged In (so we can find them all).

  • All entries must be submitted here by midnight GMT March 13th!

  • The winner will be chosen by a judging panel including Audiophile Records, the artists, and of course Point Blank.

ENTER CONTEST

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