Remix and win with PMC

PMC is offering a pair of twotwo.6 nearfield monitors for the best remixes of music by LA-based band Shiny Toy Guns.
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PMC has teamed up with LA-based band Shiny Toy Guns for a remix competition – with a pair of twotwo.6 nearfield reference monitors, launched at last year’s IBC, available to be won. To sign up for the competition, entrants need to follow the instructions on PMC's Facebook page (, which will give access to the multitrack stem files for two tracks from the band's 2012 album; Japanese and The Sun. Participants can then remix the tracks in any style and to any length they wish, using as many or as few of the original tracks as they see fit, as long as the resulting remixes contain at least some element of the original songs. The remix competition will be judged not only by Shiny Toy Guns itself (Carah Faye, vocals; Chad Petree, guitar and vocals; Jeremy Dawson, bass and synths; Mikey Martin, drums), but also by multi-award winning mix engineer and PMC user Tony Maserati and his team Outfit 27, who mixed the original songs. The competition is open for entries now, and closes on 30 July. One week after the competition closes, PMC and Shiny Toy Guns will announce the winner of the twotwos on their respective Facebook pages.



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