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Announcing the winners for the Zenpad Poly Reverse contest!

April 16, 2016 1 min read

Announcing the winners for the Zenpad Poly Reverse contest!

Announcing the winners for the Zenpad Poly Reverse contest! 

The Blend community recently got their hands on Zenpad Poly Reverse - an innovative new Grand Construction Kit for Ableton Live that includes over 400 loops and samples of various instruments played in reverse, a colourful mosaic of jagged textures, eccentric soundscapes and haunting atmospheres.

After reviewing all the submissions, the team at EarthMoments selected three winners - Sunitram, DRKИST, and Katanchique!

Congratulations to the winners and thanks to everyone who participated in the contest!

Stay tuned to this space for more production challenges and opportunities to win amazing prizes.

 



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