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Peter Gabriel Announces Remix Contest for “Games Without Frontiers”

Prizes Will Include Trips to London, Digital Royalties and Signed Memorabilia

May 22, 2010 Peter Gabriel Bookmark and Share

Peter Gabriel has teamed up with Indaba Music to host a remix contest open to all fans. The goal is to remix Gabriel’s 1980 hit “Games Without Frontiers” in whatever form their imaginations can conceive. The winner will have his or her take released as an official digital single on iTunes paired with Gabriel’s original (as part of the AA single sequence to come from Scratch My Back) after being flown to London to master the remix at Gabriel’s Real World Studios. He or she will also receive a share of the track’s royalties along with a signed collector’s edition of Scratch My Back and a complimentary Platinum membership to Indaba Music for one year.

Runners up will receive signed memorabilia, Platinum memberships to Indaba Music. Honorable mentions will receive year-long Pro memberships to Indaba and an enhanced double CD of Scratch.

Remixes can be done on any software, including Indaba’s own recently released web-based Digital Audio Workstation. The contest opened May 20th and will remain open to submissions for six weeks. For more information, check out the Indaba Music site.


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Steve Ambarian
July 7th 2010

Hey guys! Help vote for my submission to this awesome contest:

I’m in 5th place (out of hundreds) right now! Woot.

Microsoft Product Key
September 30th 2010

The videos are saved in the format called MOV but i need to open them with Windows Media Player…Any ideas? Or how do i save them as a windows player format on my camera?

Pc Checkup
October 18th 2010

Which windows-based video editing software has the ability to extract high quality images from video by allowing you to select a specific frame and then the software analyzes a few frames on either side of the selected frame to smooth out the inevitable video noise? I’ve seen an application called Video Enhancer do this for a full video but not for extracting just a single high quality frame from a video.