CALLING ALL BUDDING PRODUCERS:
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment have released 7 short audio snippets from a rehearsal conducted by Sir Simon Rattle of 'La Mer' by French impressionistic composer Debussy whose 150th anniversary it is this year. These lush orchestral passages have been made available to be cut up, distorted, modulated or indeed tampered with in any way conceivable to create a unique interpretation of the Sea-inspired masterpiece.
Submitted remixes will be judged first by the OAE office, then a shortlist will be voted on by the public and also by fellow Frenchman and Classical/Electronic specialist 'Chapelier Fou'.
Audio recorded by Les Mommsen http://www.4amproductions.co.uk
Terms and conditions:
OAE owns the ancillary copyright to the recording of La Mer performed by The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment conducted by Sir Simon Rattle. OAE grants entrants the right to adapt or to alter the recording provided by OAE only for the purpose of participating in the competition. The entrants are not entitled without OAE’s prior consent to use or exploit, including but not limited to reproduce, distribute, make available to the public, to broadcast or to make perceptible by using a screen, loudspeaker or any other similar technical device, the recording for other purposes. Any adaptation or other kind of alteration created for competition or non-competition purposes with regard to the Recording must not be published or exploited for non-competition purposes without OAE’s prior written consent.
Each entrant hereby grants to the OAE on an exclusive basis, the following rights:
a)The right to distribute all kinds of the aforementioned copies.
b)The right to reproduce the remix in all forms and types and configurations, including but not limited to reproduce the remix on all kinds of data c) mediums such as CD,BD,HD,DVD,VMD, and hard disk.
d)The right to make the remix available to the public, including but not limited to publish the remix on the internet by streaming or as a download
e)The right to broadcast the remix in all media and by all broadcast technologies, including but not limited by using loud-speakers.
f)The right to adapt or alter the remix, including but not limited to abbreviate the remix, to synchronise it with motion pictures.