Here’s How Your Song Can Get Mixed by Kendrick Lamar’s Engineer
If you've listened to any of Kendrick Lamar's projects over the last five years -- Section.80, good kid, m.A.A.d city; To Pimp a Butterfly and untitled unmastered. -- the name Derek "MixedByAli" Ali should ring a bell. The California native is the guy responsible for engineering and mixing K. Dot's music so that the final product is a fine-tuned masterpiece.
With an engineer like MixedByAli behind the boards, an artist's song will get the five-star treatment, which is why LANDR is giving artists of all genres the opportunity to have a track polished by the man himself.
LANDR, a company specializing in instant online audio mastering software, is teaming up with MixedByAli to celebrate the launch of their brand new Private Sharing feature with a contest. One lucky artist will have the opportunity to sound like a pro through a private mix consultation with Derek Ali.
All you have to do is share your track using LANDR Private Sharing. Here’s how:
1. Login to LANDR. If you’re not already a member signup for an account here and instantly receive 1 free WAV.
2. Upload and master your best demo track
3. Click “Share” to submit your track
4. Share with email@example.com and two other email addresses of your choice
The winner will be announced on Sept. 5.
The winner won't have to wait long for their remote mixing session as it will be arranged for mid-September. To participate in the contest, there are a few rules of course. Check them out below. Good luck!
● Participants must be registered LANDR members. If you are not yet a member,
signup for an account here and instantly receive 1 free WAV.
● Participants must send their track using LANDR’s new Private Sharing feature by
sharing it with firstname.lastname@example.org and two other people of their choice
● Track has to be original and unreleased with copyright belonging to the sharer
● Submissions will be open on Aug. 15, 2016
● Tracks must be submitted before 11:59 p.m. EST Mon., Aug. 22, 2016
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