I found an interesting competition on fb :
The rules are the following :
[details=“Click to view contents”] SPEEDCOMP 32 - Make a track in only 30 minutes using the ten samples provided for download on the event page on the night. Any audio software is welcome to use to make your song. Make anything you like - no genres or approaches are out of bounds.
THE TIME LIMIT FOR SPEEDCOMP ENTRIES IS FIVE MINUTES.
After 30 minutes please stop arranging your Speedcomp and listen back for a rough mixdown and render. There is no point using more than 30 minutes as this exists to see what one can do with a strict deadline to finalise a musical composition. There are no winners in Speedcomp.
Upload your effort to your Soundcloud or other site, or if you’d like it put onto the Speedcomp Soundcloud, email entries to
PLEASE MAKE YOUR TRACK DOWNLOADABLE IN CASE THE INTERNET AT THE RADIO STATION IS DOWN.
If you’d rather not make it available to the public for download, send it through via email.
The selector for Speedcomp 32 is Manton from Sydney, NSW. The ten chosen samples will be published at 7:30pm AEST on Friday the 13th of July and you have until the following evening to have your track played on Thematics Radio’s Speedcomp Special.
You don’t have to be awake or home at the time the samples are dropped, so feel free to make your track anytime over the next 24 hours to get on the show. [/details]
I think this could be easily transformed into a renoise competition since the tracker-workflow is already very fast
what are your thoughts on this?
and i freakin love synth1 so sad that it has no linux port