About the contest

Remix Blood Moon by BOKKA and win: Focusrite FAST Bundle, Focusrite Hitmaker Expansio, Arturia Analog Lab, half-year TIDAL subscription, CDs and t-shirts from the band.

BOKKA is one of the most mysterious bands in Poland. For almost a decade now, its members identity have been kept secret. Being noticed by Pitchfork who, among other foreign media, had praised debut single „Town Of Strangers” they have released 4 critically acclaimed albums and gained 2 Polish industry prestigious „Fryderyk” awards nominations.

BOKKA also performed on numerous stages all over Europe including The Great Escape, Colours Of Ostrava, Reeperbahn and Metronome. In February 2022 they returned with apocalyptic album called „Blood Moon”. Thanks to 2track you get the chance to remix the title track and not only get transferred to their mysterious world, but also win spectacular prizes:

1st place:
- software packages:

• Focusrite FAST Bundle *

• Focusrite Hitmaker Expansion *

• Arturia Analog Lab *
- Blood Moon CD & t-shirt from BOKKA
- half-year subscription to TIDAL

2nd place:
- Focusrite Hitmaker Expansion *
- Blood Moon CD & t-shirt from BOKKA
- half-year subscription to TIDAL

3rd place:
- Focusrite Hitmaker Expansion *
- Blood Moon CD from BOKKA
- half-year subscription to TIDAL.

*Sponsor of the prize is Audiotech

IMPORTANT: HOW TO TAKE PART IN THIS CONTEST?

Download the vocal track, make your own music to it using your favourite DAW software, then chose one of 2 options:

1.MIX.
Go to the contest page and upload your track (INSTRUMENTAL + VOCAL, mp3, max 20 MB) using "CLICK TO ADD YOUR TRACK" button, then click „MIX”.

2. INSTRUMENTAL/VOCAL
Bounce your INSTRUMENTAL track (NO VOCALS, mp3, max 20 MB) and add it to the vocal track at the contest page using "CLICK TO ADD YOUR TRACK" button, then click „INSTRUMENTAL/VOCAL”.

NOTE: Choosing this option remember to BOUNCE YOUR INSTRUMENTAL FROM EXACTLY THE SAME STARTING POINT AS THE VOCAL TRACK YOU DOWNLOADED, otherwise the vocals won’t match the music.

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