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Winter Lights Drones and Tones Pack

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The Winter Lights Sample Pack has been developed to assist in a new remix project called “The White Cube Remix”.

“The White Cube” is an upcoming exhibition at the RAM Galleri, a free-admission, not-for-profit modern art gallery, in Oslo, Norway.

Sackjo22 and I have been requested to help bring the mixters into providing the soundtrack for the exhibition.

Sackjo22 uploaded a spoken word track, which is to be remixed into songs for the “foreground” of the project, which is right here: It’s called “White Cube”.

I attach a track called “Winter Lights” and a sample pack for the “background” of the project.
For these “background” remixes, we’re seeking beatless ambient/chill/downtempo
Attribution remixes.

For complete guidelines, see the
weblog for this project at:
The White Cube Remix.

The deadline is December 7!

We hope everyone will join in.
See Sackjo22’s upload for the other track. Feel free to submit both a “foreground” piece and a “background” piece. Your “foreground” piece, using the sackjo22 sample, can be any genre appropriate to a gallery show, while the “background” piece
should be in the beatless ambient/chill background arena.
The background songs will be played in between foreground songs, more or less.

A final reminder—make your remix BY (i.e., don’t use NC or sampling plus samples).

Please tag your remix “whitecube” for easy sorting.

I cut some samples from Winter Lights, and added some unrelated drone samples. If you’re one of those folks who’d rather have the complete preview piece in .wav or .aiff, then send me a mixter message and I’ll try to export and send it to you that way.

We look forward to hearing your tracks!

"Winter Lights Drones and Tones Pack"
by gurdonark

2009 - Licensed under
Creative Commons
Attribution (3.0)

Click here for how to give credit and other conditions.

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