CARL FINLOW | REMIX CONTEST
The Seventh Record
Here are the six remixes selected for the seventh record to be included in this project:
• b123An2389Xk - A1. Unintentional Remix by Brice Kelly
• 123abc741xyzv2 - A2. Evaluation by Relaxant
• 1cK0098 - A3. Anomaly by Varaz aka MicroControlUnit
• E7x9dMx46k2 - B1. Muon by Dibu Z
• XY3L3C7rO010101aa - B2. Entron by N-Ter
• bp8MMqYFe+d4uhLx - B3. The Silent Years by Acédie
Congratulations to the winners!
A huge THANK YOU once more for your enthusiasm and creativity in helping us to make this project really outstanding.
We also decided it would be a nice idea to create a free digital download which will include all the remaining remixes for everyone else to enjoy. Obviously we would like your permission to do this so we would ask you to send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) stating wether or not you would like your remix and name to be included.
>>> We will collect all your permissions and your credits for each remix in the next days and we will make it the download available the official release date of this project, we can't say a precise date because we are waiting for the pressing plant but will be at the end of February or first days of March <<<
This initiative has been fantastic, incredibly positive and from Fundamental Records we will do everything possible to repeat it again. Involving more than a hundred people in a project of this quality is something that we must repeat more often, the feeling it gives us is that projects like this make the whole electro family feel closer, more united and that is something in which Fundamental Records has worked since its inception with the 808 Box, Music For The Other People Place, Electric Eclectics and now with the Carl Finlow project.
Thanks again to all of you for your collaboration and your support.
Also, thanks to Johan Sebastian Bot aka DVS NME for his invaluable help with this project.
Carl Finlow, Alek Stark.
Carl Finlow invites you to be part of Midi Archeology
Below you have detailed information about the process that Carl Finlow went through for the production of Midi Archeology. We strongly recommend that you read it if you want to be part of this project. Carl spent last year rescuing his tracks produced in the 90s from possible oblivion, stuck as they were in a dying computer language, buried on CDs and DVDs. He translated all this data into current Ableton Live projects and began thinking that someday someone like you could be part of this project.
There are only three rules to be part of this project:
File format and duration
wav/aiff (not mp3) - strictly under 5 minutes
Title of the track
Following the same spirit of the Fundamental Records project, Music For The Other People Place, all remixes must be submitted using only an alphanumeric code in the place of artist name and title, similar to this:
This way all people will be treated like equals, anyone truly interested in being part of this project will have total security that no other external factor (like popularity) can distort the main objective of this project: select the best remixes for the seventh vinyl record that will be included in this project. Simply put, there will be no playing favorites and the winners will be selected on the strength of their remix alone.
Once Carl has chosen his six favorite remixes we will disclose the results. After that, the artists will have the choice to either disclose their names or remain unknown. Why? again our project Music For The Other People Place is the mirror where we want to reflect, we leave the artist the freedom of choice without questioning the reasons.
If you are one of the announced winners you must contact us within 48 hours and we will send you further instructions.
in case you want to remain unknown make sure you use an email that does not reveal your identity.
• By sending your remix you accept that we can release it exclusively as part of this project.
• In case your remix is selected and you don't contact us, we will release it as "unknown".
The remixes will be included on the seventh record and will be released along with the other six records featuring the remixes by The Exaltics, Cygnus, Radioactive Man, ADJ, Jensen Interceptor, Morphology & Sync24, Mr. Velcro Fastener, Hardfloor and the original tracks of Carl Finlow ( https://soundcloud.com/alekstark/sets/carl-finlow-midi-archeology )
At the link below you have full access to all data and Ableton Live 9 projects of all tracks included in MIDI ARCHEOLOGY.
Original Cubase VST arrangement