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  • An Open Call For The First Annual CMG Music Compilation!



    That's right! Schools out and it's time to light a fire under some of you to get those creative juices flowing!

    I'm pleased to announce our first ever compilation album of community submitted songs! Each submission must be an original composition and be a mainly synth driven piece.

    I'd like to do this each year with a different theme and since it's summer, our first theme will be "Hot Summer Nights". Think the 1908's and the perfect sound track from Jan Hammer tune or a John Carpenter theme to a movie about killer robots! Or even light up the floors with a hot '80's new wave hit! It's completely up to you!

    The deadline for submission will be August 31 so that you can be rocking out on your last day of summer when it's released on Labor Day (Sept. 3rd) 2012 as a free download. However the compilation will be limited to 12 songs so reserve your space now by posting in here! If the situation should arise that I'm overwhelmed with submissions, I'll consider extending the length of the album.


    I'm looking forward to hearing from you all!

    1. Tropic Think
    2. Metro Sonus (I'm # 2 hehehehehehe)
    3. Christian Rock
    4. Clavanother
    5. mikelpanky
    6. Electric Puppy
    7. GregWar
    8. The Pro
    9. LillithKitten
    10. Citizenklaus
    11. ComputerControlled
    12. MIchael Victor
    13. Moonrocks
    14. Astronauta Pinguim
    15. Purity Control
    16. Poly Droid
    17. rooftree
    18. midinut
    19. S&TG
    20. Paolo Di Nicolantonio
    21. Plink Floyd

    And we're now officially closed for submissions. What a great response! Thanks everyone!
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    Cool. Sign me up.
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    • #3
      # 1 all right.
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      • #4
        1908's huh??



        I'll try and see what I can cook up with my EX-8000. It should be fun.
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        • #5
          I can put you down for #3?
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          • #6
            Did they have synths back in 1908?

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            • #7
              Did they have synths back in 1908?



              What are you talking about? As if anything good has been made since??!??!
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              • #8
                I'll take a slot. 1908... I'll breakout the telharmonium patch
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                • #9

                  1. Tropic Think
                  2. Metro Sonus (I'm # 2 hehehehehehe)
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                  This is so awesome. I'm finally number one at something. I need to print this out.
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                  • #10
                    1908



                    I was going to say the teleharmonium.. too.

                    I meant 1980's. 1908 left in for comedic effect.
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                    • #11
                      RIGHT up my alley! I'm so in.
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                      • #12
                        80'S, eh? Once I have a controller, my DAW will be up and running! Sign me up!

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                        • #13
                          Need the music be in any kind of recognizeable style?

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                          • #14
                            Any sort of synth driven 80s sounding music.. Dance , soundtrack, post punk, minimal synth, new wave (jarre etc) synth pop etc.. Or any combination of etc. Just anything evocative of the feel of the decade in its many forms
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                            • #15
                              i'm down, sign me up

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