Synthgear has announced a new remix contest for 2011, and this is a special one: you have to remix sounds from the LHC ( Large Hadron Collider). Music production school Point Blank Online have generously donated one of their award-winning online music production courses as a prize for the remix contest.
Here the details:
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world’s largest particle accelerator that resides in a tunnel 27km in circumference beneath the earth near Geneva, Switzerland.The purpose of the LHC is to help us understand some of the most fundamental questions of physics, and to allow scientists to engage in all sorts of interesting experiments, such as smashing protons together at energies so high that the inside of the detector will resemble the universe at the first moments after the big bang, and creating mini black holes.
So far, the Large Hadron Collider has not created a black hole that has swallowed up the earth, so I think we’re all going to be around long enough to be able to keep making music.
The scientists working with the LHC have created sound samples based on real and simulated data from the ATLAS detector.
Remix the sounds from the LHC remix contest
Music production school Point Blank Online have generously donated one of their award-winning online music production courses as a prize for the remix contest. The winner will be able to choose between the Cubase course (value £575.00) or the Electronic Dance Music (EDM) on Ableton Live course (value £325.00).
Point Blank Online Music Production School offers a range of music production courses designed to give you the same level of skills and tutor interaction you could expect if you attended their award-winning music production college in London. They pride themselves level of interactivity online. They have courses covering almost every area of music production from introductory courses to pro-level courses in mixing, music production and music business. If you’re interested in furthering your career, getting up-to-date on current software or techniques, or just want to learn how to do it like the pros, definitely check them out.