Winner Gets Their Version on The
Next Art of Noise 12" Vinyl!
NEW YORK, July 16 /PRNewswire/ --
The Art of Noise are giving their fans the chance to create their
own remix of the song "Dreaming In Colour" off of the band's
just-released CD, THE SEDUCTION OF CLAUDE DEBUSSY (ZTT/UNIVERSAL).
"Dreaming In Colour" features the vocal stylings of Donna
Lewis and will be the band's next single off the new album. Fans
will be able to download multi-tracks of the song using a
complimentary edition of Mixman Studio Software.
Mixman Studio, created by San
Francisco-based Mixman Technologies Inc., is a virtual remixing
application for the Windows platform. Using a turntable analogy,
it powerfully simplifies the remixing process, allowing a fan to
create their own custom remixes and upload them to Radio Mixman on
the web in RealAudio format. No previous remixing or music
experience is required. Everything the fans need to enter the
contest can be found at http://www.mixman.com
(click on "remix contest") at no charge.
When the fans have their remixes
completed, they can upload them to the Mixman radio site where a
special Art of Noise channel is being created. Anyone can visit
the site to hear the remixes and vote on their favorite one.
"It's truly a fan driven event," said Universal Records
Marketing Director Erin Yasgar. "We're excited to give them
the opportunity to interact with the band's music in an entirely
One lucky winner will receive the
chance to have their remix heard by the masses. The band will
place the winning remix on a 12" vinyl pressing that will be
distributed for promotional use in the US and the UK. Runners up
will receive copies of Mixman Studio Pro software and year-long
subscriptions to "Spin" magazine. The contest is sponsored
by Mixman, the Art of Noise, ZTT/Universal Records and Spin.com,
and can be accessed through the following urls: http://www.theartofnoise.com;
For more information, please
contact Ken Weinstein at Big Hassle Media at 212-627-5919 ([email protected])
or Ginger Greager at Universal Records at 212-373-0683 ([email protected]).
SOURCE: Universal Records