Remixta Compilation Call

Posted in Uncategorized by DJ Suva on October 2, 2012 1 Comment
Remixta is looking for tracks for upcoming compilation release. If you are a producer who might be interested joining the opportunity, please read on!
Rules to enter:
  • Track must be original. Not a remix nor a cover.
  •  Track must NOT be previously released.
  •  EDM genre: Techno, house, drum and bass, electro, etc. We are aiming for more dance style release, so no wild glitch, idm or breakcore please. Original/fusion/cross-genre stuff is very welcome, as long as it has a solid beat
  • You may not be a member of any copyright society, like GEMA, SACD, etc
  •  You must provide an unmastered version with headroom. All tracks will get unified master from a professional mastering studio.
To enter, send the track and following details to: clysuva ( at ) gmail dot com

  1.  Track title
  2.  Artist name (displayed)
  3. Real names of everyone involved in creation of the track (not displayed, needed for copyright stuff)
  4. Your country of origin.
  5. Your valid contact details, also a phone number if possible.
There will be preselection, based on quality and suitability with other tracks. Artists left out will be notified. All artists will receive their share of the profits (if there is any) and some free copies of the physical release (if there will be any). Release will be made available when it’s ready, in all appropriate formats, and distributed on wide range of channels.
Any questions to specified email address or to comments here.


Q: When is the deadline?
A: No deadline (yet). But we will set one when we already have some good tracks.

Q: Can I submit more than one track?
A: Yes you can!

Q: Is genre X okay?
A: It’s not so much about genres as individual tracks. We are mostly aiming for a music listenable to a regular human being, so breakcore or extreme black metal may not be the best options. But we will see on track per track basis. So submit your track anyway.

Q: Will there be a cake?
A: Yes, there will be a cake.


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