School of Music Collaboration, an Australian online portal for disseminating collaborative music strategies and technologies, is hosting a global Collaborative Music Contest for music makers who use online collaboration technologies. They tell us that contest prizes are sponsored by companies such as Groovesetter, Klevgrand, Source Elements, Rotor, Volta, Loop and Clockwork Audio. The contest is not for profit, it's free to enter and all prizes go directly to the winners. Contest judges include Australian and international artists and music tech industry representatives.
A spokesperson told us, "We believe this is the first global, and software agnostic, music contest promoting collaborative music creation. We want to find and award the best collaborative track of the year created with online tools. The prizes include $16,000 worth of software, training, mastering and distribution! It's free to enter music and submissions are open until November 10."
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