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KALYDO ANNOUNCES TWO WINNERS!

Eindhoven – Sep 22, 2009 – Over the past weeks, almost 200 compositions were uploaded by Tribe of Noise members participating in Kalydo’s Music in Game Competition 2009. We are thrilled to announce not one but TWO winners:

  1. ‘In Game’ Music: Forest scene by VinceTheWebb! Vince, congratulations!
    The jury believes this is a “very original approach on how to create game music: Forest Scene matches the style and setting of Konstrukt Invasion best and the different styles of music are smoothly merged together, led by a futuristic, suitable dose of rhythm.”
  2. Menu Music: Main Theme from NightShader. Well done, Pascal!
    “A very epic track which one can’t listen to without being affected by its imposing gleam” are the praising words of the jury.

The jury was very impressed by the musical quality and creativity in the compositions and would like to congratulate the next three runners up:

  • Kalydo Classical, RubXProject: “The main theme is very catchy and gamey, would be ideal for a real time strategy game.”
  • Kaleidascope, TrennaJean: “A very nicely tensioned sound scape. Inventive rhythm section, deep instrumentals.”
  • Kalydo –Vincula, Kampmaniak: “Could very well be a track for the closing credits. Modest drama, covered by ‘computer-ish’ layers of percussion and sounds.”

Early next week, Konstrukt Invasion WITH the music of VinceTheWebb and NightShader will be available to many gamers around the world! Check Kalydo’s website

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Virtual DJs play your music on TV

Amsterdam, September 19, 2009
Last week iTunes announced the comeback of the LP in digital format. Old songs get their second life in video games like Guitar Hero. And mobile apps like TheGigMap give you instant access to live gigs around the corner. Innovation in music is all around us; via digital and multimedia channels they tap into new markets.
One of the latest music initiatives is the ‘Twinners Music on TV’ pilot.
Music on TV? Isn’t MTV claiming this space since the early eighties? You are absolutely right. However, the Twinners initiative is a new interactive TV format powered by SBS, the second largest broadcaster in Europe.
Instead of a remote control your cell phone interacts with a virtual you (so called avatar) on TV. During the live TV shows you can chat, dance, visit cool places and listen to indie music played by virtual DJs.
The music played on TV is created by a worldwide group of independent musicians from the online music community Tribe of Noise. For them it is an additional opportunity to generate exposure: Two hundred million people are watching SBS worldwide. Although the TV pilot just started in Denmark on Channel 4 and 5 this week, more countries are expected to be added in the near future reaching a crowd of millions of people. An audience only signed artists like Madonna and U2 used to reach.
“Together with our Tribe members and business partners we focus on generating exposure and developing new revenue models for musicians“, says Hessel van Oorschot, co-founder of Tribe of Noise. “This pilot is a great opportunity for them and leading media enterprises to develop a future business model we all believe in.”
“According to music industry gurus the golden decades of the traditional music industry are over. So let’s focus on the opportunities ahead of us and empower independent musicians with all the innovative tools they need. Virtual DJs playing their music on TV is one of them.”
Independent musicians can visit http://twinners.tribeofnoise.com

Amsterdam, September 19, 2009

Last week iTunes announced the comeback of the LP in digital format. Old songs get their second life in video games like Guitar Hero. And mobile apps like TheGigMap give you instant access to live gigs around the corner. Innovation in music is all around us; via digital and multimedia channels they tap into new markets.

One of the latest music initiatives is the ‘Twinners Music on TV’ pilot.

Music on TV? Isn’t MTV claiming this space since the early eighties? You are absolutely right. However, the Twinners initiative is a new interactive TV format powered by SBS, the second largest broadcaster in Europe.

Instead of a remote control your cell phone interacts with a virtual you (so called avatar) on TV. During the live TV shows you can chat, dance, visit cool places and listen to indie music played by virtual DJs.

The music played on TV is created by a worldwide group of independent musicians from the online music community Tribe of Noise. For them it is an additional opportunity to generate exposure: Two hundred million people are watching SBS worldwide. Although the TV pilot just started in Denmark on Channel 4 and 5 this week, more countries are expected to be added in the near future reaching a crowd of millions of people. An audience only signed artists like Madonna and U2 used to reach.

“Together with our Tribe members and business partners we focus on generating exposure and developing new revenue models for musicians“, says Hessel van Oorschot, co-founder of Tribe of Noise. “This pilot is a great opportunity for them and leading media enterprises to develop a future business model we all believe in.”

“According to music industry gurus the golden decades of the traditional music industry are over. So let’s focus on the opportunities ahead of us and empower independent musicians with all the innovative tools they need. Virtual DJs playing their music on TV is one of them.”

Independent musicians can visit http://twinners.tribeofnoise.com

Five Powerful Tribe Tools

As you know our Tribe is all about connecting and sharing. We like to facilitate all the tools to collaborate with musicians worldwide, generate business contacts, valuable exposure and new revenue models.

My Top 5 Powerful Tribe Tools for you

1. MUSIC & BRANDS (new)
Did you upload a song that should be in the new Audi commercial, Sex and The City TV series, Gran Turismo videogame, Motorola ringtone or Hugo’s next fashion show? Add BRAND TAGS to your music files!

By adding BRAND TAGS to your song your music will be indexed by our servers and easier to find by marketers and brand managers in need for specific brand related music.

How to tag a song already uploaded?
Login, go to main menu MUSIC, sub menu MY MUSIC GALLERY and click ‘edit’ next to your song. Scroll down to MUSIC & BRANDS, add your BRAND TAGS and don’t forget to save your update.

2. THE GIG MAP
Are you a performing artist? TheGigMap is the tool for you AND for all the venues and professionals you work with!

With one easy online form to fill out your gig will automatically generate a digital marker on Google Maps, tweet your gig to all your followers and send the information to TheGigMap.com and a mobile app (for all you geeks: yes! iPhone and Android compatible) Friends, fans and venues can share your gig on ALL social networks (facebook, myspace, twitter, etc.) and via email of course 😉

3. GOLDEN EARS
You have created a great song, but you know it can be better.. Upload your song and ask our GOLDEN EARS Pro Team supervised by Tycho Schipper to give you the necessary feedback or master engineer the music file. It’s about you, your song, your sound ONLY WAY BETTER! Check out Golden Ears

4. TRIBE CONTESTS
For all of you participating in Kalydo’s Music in Game Contest: Kalydo’s Audio Team will announce the winner soon!

Braking News – This week Tribe of Noise will send out a press release announcing the Twinners Music TV pilot 2009. If you want to participate – your music in a TV pilot – go to Twinners Music TV pilot NOW!

5. TRIBE INVITE CENTER
Use the Tribe Invite Center to send invites to other musicians you like to connect with, venues you play, marketers and brand managers you think should listen to your songs. In short, invite all the people you like to work with in the future! Ask them to connect with you on Tribe of Noise. Please use this tool wisely and avoid SPAM.

I hope you like my top 5 list of Powerful Tribe Tools and if you have a great idea for a new Tribe Tool… please let us know!

Hessel
Chief of Noise
hessel@tribeofnoise.com

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