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March 03, 2016 1 min read

 

Compose a track, upload it to blend.io and win a free ZenPad Poly Reverse Pacakge

EarthMoments and Blend wants hear what you create using the ZenPad Poly Reverse demo to make offbeat production ideas and explore its unique selection of samples to offer infinite possibilities for sonic inspiration for a chance to win the complete pack.

ZenPad Poly Reverse - Grand Construction Kit for Ableton Live is a pack that digs deep into the unexplored dimensions of sound.
The pack was recorded using analog synths, old records, vintage kits, hollow bodied bass lines and more to create a selection of vividly imaginative samples played in reverse reminiscing of the psychedelic era of the 60’s and 70’s

Here’s How It Works:

1. Download the demo of ZenPad Poly Reverse Here to use in Ableton Live
2. Create a track featuring the demo samples provided
3. Publish your track on blend.io by April 1st and tag your project POLYREVERSECONTEST to be considered a winner

And that’s it!

Both EarthMoments and Blend will review all of the submissions after April 1st and select 3 winners to receive the full pack of ZenPad Poly Reverse.

 

 



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