Central to our free Creative Commons release of joe's last mix is an invitation for composers of all backgrounds to remix the score of this innovative piece. We are hoping to receive remixes made electronically from performance recordings, as well as recompositions of the original work.
Composed remixes of the original score may be for any combination of the original instrumentation and require submission of both score and parts as PDF files, and must include an mp3 file of a midi performance of the score.
Electronic remixes should be submitted as mp3 files via email (for larger files, an FTP site is available upon request), along with a short written statement about your remix.
This is an ongoing invitation but participants who submit composed remixes by March 1, 2010 will be considered for a performance and recording by the Arizona State University Wind Ensemble on April 15, 2010. Winning electronic remixes will be featured on this concert as well. All selected submissions will be posted and featured on this site, the Loose Filter Project home page, and Tanner Menard's web page.
All submissions and any questions should be directed to Stuart Sims here. Terms of remix agreement after the fold.
Terms of the remix agreement follow the Creative Commons 3.0 license applicable to the original work joe's last mix. Specifically, you are free to recompose this work in any way you choose, using conventional notation for acoustic performers or electronic remixing techniques. All work derived from joe's last mix must be attributed to Tanner Menard and must contain a reference to the original work. All scores and/or audio files must also be released under a Creative Commons 3.0 license and you must grant permission for us to release them on this site.
All scores created using material from joe's last mix will be evaluated by a panel of experts including Stuart Sims, Tanner Menard, and Gary W. Hill. The winning score will be performed on April 15, 2010 by the Arizona State University Wind Ensemble. Again, for consideration for this performance, please send score and parts by March 1, 2010. Exceptional composed remixes received after this date will still be eligible for reading recordings by a high caliber university wind ensemble.
All electronic remixes will be posted on this site.