The biggest contest yet for an Android / iOS application and probably for any music software!
And there is no excuse to not participate as there is a free special version of Yellofier for the contest that works as the standard one but will stop working on March 1:st.
This of course also gives you a big opportunity to really try the application out if you are uncertain about buying it or to see if it works properly on your device (as they have set the minimum at Android 2.3.3 and it will be too low for many devices...).
One sad thing if you are not from Europe is that it is only for Europeans.
Well blabbling on about the smaller things maybe we should skip to the interesting thing, that there has not been any contest like this where you can actually win something substantial.
A car by Wolksvagen called e-up! Invitations to Electronic Beats Festival and a the chance to present your track together with Boris Blank from the Group Yello.
One thing to keep in mind is not the obvious, winning a new car but the real prize I think is the attention you could get for your music. This should not be underestimated as in this day and age it is hard to get yourself heard and this kind of publicity does not grow on trees.
Just to get Boris Blank to hear you personally is just great.
Here is a video presenting the contest.
Because it was not clear of what kind of sound material that is allowed to be used but you are pretty free to use any sounds of your concoction as long as you use parts of the soundbank 3 where Boris Blank says - Move, Dance and Electrified.
This means that you can take 16 favorite samples and use in combination with the four soundbanks that the app comes with. Or export layered sounds and import etc.
Remember that you can also record things directly into your device...
Well this is some history in the making when it comes to Music contests.
So it means that we have to participate win and so be part of history and of course create good music in the process!
To read more and to inscribe yourself:
Yellofier VW Contest