Native Instruments & Meta Pop | Street Swarn Remix Compitition

Jul 27, 2017 by s7nlee - Comments Off on Native Instruments & Meta Pop | Street Swarn Remix Compitition

Today I enter a trax into the Native Instruments and Meta Pop Street Swarm Remix Contest. I actually already had the trax set aside for my new album MINOR KEYZ.  It’s called “they Stole the Eye’s Of Egypt”. Reason being. I had just purchased the new expansion Street Swarn last week. And so you have to use samples from the expansion of which they provided free sounds from it. So if you already own it, you have a leg up on everyone. I wanna say it’s one of Native Instruments best expansion for hiphop.

Click on the following link “they Stole the Eye’s Of Eygpt” to check it out. And if you wanna get into the contest here’s more info below:

Do you have what it takes to be the official MASCHINE Challenge Champion? Download these sounds, handpicked from the latest MASCHINE EXPANSION “Street Swarm”, get producing and submit a beat by August 21, 2017. The rules are simple. Make a beat that’s over 2 minutes long in any style you want. There are no genre restrictions – you have the freedom to get creative just as long as you use the sounds from Street Swarm. You can also use additional sounds as long as the copyright isn’t owned by someone else. The MASCHINE team will pick the winners – extra points are awarded for creative originality and technical skills! ABOUT STREET SWARM The latest MASCHINE EXPANSION pack, STREET SWARM stings with razor-sharp acoustic drums, sliced 70s cinemascapes, vintage funk instrumentation, and raw grooves to bring 90s New York hip hop to MASCHINE. More info: RULES – Over 2 minutes long – Any genre – All challengers are welcome. Sounds are available for download as WAV one-shots and loops – To be eligible to win, your beat must use two or more of the samples – don’t use any material to which you don’t own the copyright – The NI MASCHINE team will pick the winners based on creative and technical skills – The winners have to be prepared to show project files to prove original sounds were used Courtesy of