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Some of us guys thought we could use another project to help us all be creative, and we came up with this. You have the whole of February to make 1 EP containing up to 15 tracks at a max total length of 15 minutes. Anybody is allowed to submit any content under any artist name, provided it's your own material, not offensive and not OLD material! No folder dumps! There are no genre restrictions, make anything you want. If you are stumped for ideas, message me and I will send you two randomly selected words, and the combination must be the title of your EP. The rest is up to you. Submit your EP in a ZIP to me, either as a private message or to mikewestaudio (at) gmail.com , together with all relevant info, before March 1st. The final result will be compiled into one MASSIVE digital release - including top of the line mastering, provided that you don't brickwall your tracks. It will be available as pay-what-you-want and ALL proceeds will be donated to the international charity Medicines Sans Frontieres / Doctors Without Borders. So, what excuses have you got? Try something new out, challenge yourself, just do some music. Let's go! Follow us on Facebook for more updates and information: https://www.facebook.com/project1ep https://www.justgiving.com/Project1EP
Guest posted a topic in EKT General DiscussionHi there everyone! Are you interested in knowing what your music might be portrayed as in image form? My girlfriend, who is a very talented and experienced graphical designer and artist, would like to start a fun challenge for herself of making possible album covers. This is mainly just for fun, but who knows, you might end up with something you´d like to use for your new release! My girlfriend Joss would like to add more things to her portfolio and would like this to be a challenge for herself, mainly to keep her creative flow going. She has made album covers in the past and would like to carry on with this exercise, so send in your songs and EP/LP projects for her to work with, and hopefully produce something for you. You don´t have to do it seriously at first, you can even just give us a project to work with just for fun, and we´ll give it a go! You won´t have to pay unless you want to use it commercially ;) Peace everyone, Hermann and Joss