Its on again! ADAM Audio's Soundtrack Competition has kicked off with a custom pair of A7X up for grabs as well as SP5 headphones and T5V monitors for runners-up.
Write a piece of music inspired by Edward Hopper's "Nighthawks" painting, submit your entry and you're in the running!
WHAT IS THE SOUNDTRACK COMPETITION ABOUT?
ADAM Audio is giving away a pair of custom-made special edition ADAM A7X studio monitors in “high-gloss white” as the Grand Prize and this pair will be a worldwide exclusive. The other contestants will have the opportunity to win a number of other prizes including our ADAM Audio SP-5 headphones (Second Place prize) and a pair of ADAM T5V speakers (Third Place prize).
WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO DO TO ENTER THE SOUNDTRACK COMPETITION?
Compose a short soundtrack (max. 30 seconds!) for the painting “Nighthawks” (by Edward_Hopper, 1942).
Upload your finished soundtrack to your own Soundcloud or YouTube account (if you don’t have one, do not worry, it is free and easy to set up!).
Complete a small form to finally enter the competition.
Important: Your entry is only official valid by completing and sending this form.
WHAT ELSE DO YOU NEED TO KNOW?
You can use any audio you want, e.g. from sample libraries, as long as no copyrights are violated.
The soundtracks will be mainly judged by its creativity, musicality and how well it tells a story that can be found in the picture.
Each soundtrack may only be a maximum of 30 seconds long and each participant may only enter the competition once.
Please read the conditions of participation and the declaration regarding the protection of your data here.
THE COMPETITION PERIOD
The competition starts on February 20th 2020 and ends on March 15th 2020.
The winners will be announced on March 27th 2020 by ADAM Audio on their website.
THE JUDGE: LOY WESSELBURG
Loy studied jazz guitar in Cologne and worked from 1991 as a composer for film music and audio brandings. Since 1995 he has worked as a film- and music producer. In 1999, he founded the music production company “loyproduction”, which with a team of arrangers, sound engineers, programmers and producers is increasingly active in the field of audio design. In 2015 he was awarded the German Film Music Prize for the best song in the film (“Here in the Rain” in “Lügen und andere Wahrheiten” with Meret Becker). Loy will help us to select the First, Second and Third Place winners and will give feedback to the top 30 entries via a short audio comment.
Ready to take part?