Thanks to everyone who entered. We have a 1st place tie and so RØDE have very kindly thrown another RØDE NT2-A into the prize pool, thanks RØDE! We also have a top 11 that Jayce would like to work with and so everyone after 3rd can pick a plugin of their choice as a top-10 bonus prize. Our privacy rules mean that Scott will be in contact with the top 11 to confirm you are OK for us to share your email address with Jayce and you can start talking.
Original competition thread here
AND THE WINNERS ARE
Jayce Lewis writes...
1st - Aim For Soul (98)
When I heard this remix, the first thing that stuck out was the immense production quality, EQ and the mix, although it wasn't too far removed from the original structure.. It still put a breath of fresh air into each original part, it went a long way with me and the label that the melody of the chorus was expanded as almost the full backbone to this version....very uplifting, Loved it right from the start! every part well thought out from start to finish.
1st - Soniksun (108)
Instantly got my head rocking back and forth, very very clever version... love it love it love it! This guy is very clever, awesome use of side chain, and again immense production! I really couldn't choose between Soniksun or Aim For Soul as number 1, and would have been unjust to have either as a second.............So, joint first it was, as I wanted both tracks on the album.
2nd - A Deaf Bat (28)
Amazing version! so off the wall from what the original was.....love what has been done to the guitars, and the structure is amazing!!!! it could have been a completely new song.... let alone a film sound track! So impressive!
3rd - Ibizzy (25)
Totally understood the melody and chords of the Chorus...and made a whole remix from it! fantastic job! nearly the whole track is just the Chorus, and from what I can hear even recorded his/her own guitars.... creatively brilliant, and very uplifting.
THE REST OF JAYCE'S TOP 10 (well 11 actually but who's counting )
Mad Electronic (109)
I am grateful to Image-Line for running this competition, but most importantly a huge THANK YOU to EVERYONE that entered, I was totally blown away by the immense talent of the entries and it made it a very, very hard job for us to choose anyone over another, believe me I had 2/3 weeks of hair ripping decisions. I consider the entries a top 100 in my book, I hope this has inspired you as much as it has me, its great to be apart of such an active community of FL Studio users. Thanks again for everyone's time and effort and congratulations to the winners
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