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I think we shall have another style related contest..with a difference.
I was watching that clip of the French military band playing the Daft Punk song on the news (bear with me....) and thought, hmm, that looks like fun. Your task this month is to produce a track which incorporates two (or more, indeed the more the merrier) seemingly disparate genres/styles.
Perhaps a bit of Trance & Western, some Folk Trap, a bit of Orchestral Dub, some Easy Listening Metal.. who knows? The more ludicrous the better! Up to you how you mix them.
Here's the bit where I nick the rest of the rules etc from last month;
Everything used must be native FL (no third party samples or plugins). There are no limits on fruity plugins or FL Studio features. Resampling is allowed as long as the base material is stock FL. IL sample packs (extra purchases) will be treated as stock, but the results must be rendered to .wav to avoid giving the source materials away.
You are allowed to track your own instruments if you like. Since you're an FL user, it's counted as stock. Welcome to the herd.
Entrants have 4 weeks to submit an entry. The contest will run from Tuesday 18 July to Friday 18 August 2017 inclusive. To enter, upload both the mp3 and FLP (or zipped loop package inc. FLP) to this thread. Multiple entries are allowed. Withstanding enough submissions, you'll be able to vote for 3 entries (subject to change).
*Protip: Specified instruments are available as DW instruments (or samples) in FL's 'Packs' folder. Samples for DirectWave instruments are found in hidden folders within 'Packs>Instruments'.
I think that covers it!
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