December 11th, 2017: The deadline was yesterday. 38 tracks in the mix.
- VOTEPACK: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1EEknzWC3Sr-M7fmv-DTuUfPDIjIoT4v0
- (incomplete, unofficial official) SOUNDCLOUD PLAYLIST
December 16th, 2017: Top 12! https://forum.renoise.com/t/mutant-breaks-10/48392
December 18th, 2017: Winners announced:https://forum.renoise.com/t/mutant-breaks-10/48392
Renoise’s most unorganized music competition since 2008 presents:
Mutant Breaks #10
Theme: Ten years of this shit. Wow!
Or maybe it’s 9 years but Renoise Lua API programmers know that array indexing starts at 1 so it’s all good. Keywords:__“overwhelm with delight or amazement” “unqualified success”, “slay”, “go over big”, “shite”, “BM”, “number ten”
Sunday, December 10th, 2017.
Breakbeats / Breakcore / Jungle / Drum & Bass / Dubstep / Electronic / _ Experimental _ / Noise
- Winner: $100 (CAD, via PayPal)
- Runner up: $20 (CAD, via PayPal)
- Most Improved: $5 (CAD, via PayPal)
- Renoise Stickers (via danoise)
A bunch of rules.
One entry per contestant.
Participants must post their track in this thread. No private emails. Use Soundcloud, Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, or whatever works for you. Important! Track must be downloadable!
After December 10th, participants reply in this thread with votes for their favourite 3 tracks. No private votes. No voting for yourself. Participants have 5 days to vote for their top 3. Participants who don’t vote in this thread before December 16th are disqualified.
- If a participant shares an XRNS, then the votes they received from other participants are multiplied x3.
- If a participant writes a mini-review for their top 3, then they get 1 bonus vote.
- If a participant writes a mini-review for every track in the compo, then they get 3 bonus votes.
The top ~8 tracks (give or take) will be subject to some elaborate voting ceremony posted on YouTube as a video a few days later. Winners chosen at random from the top ~8.
Don’t know what Mutant Breaks is? Don’t understand the rules? Where have you been for the last 9 years?! Check this link for some ideas: