Since buying ADAM Audio T7V monitors, I’ve been keeping an eye on ADAM. On Instagram, I saw a sponsored post (I hate social media ads, but when I saw WIN then it got my attention..) and clicked on the link to find out more.

For the 2nd (?) year in the row, ADAM Audio hosted a Soundtrack Competition, this year with exclusive prizes and a new judge, Aisling Brouwer. The task was to compose a soundtrack of maximum 30 seconds to a photo: “The Opening” (by Tobias Zielony, 2005).

First prize was ADAM A8X white-gloss studio monitors, a world-wide exclusive; second prize SP-5 headphones and third prize T7V speakers.

The winners were announced today, and unfortunately I was not one of them, but I definitely had fun with this assignment!

Here were the winning entries (and you can read more about the feedback of the judge Aisling Brouwer here):

FIRST PLACE:

Composed by Fabrice L'Homme

SECOND PLACE:

By Isaac Landin Flower

THIRD PLACE:

Big thanks to my mates from Abbey Road Institute Mars Blaque and Ethan Thomas for helping me with the initial sketch, which was composed for an in-class assignment, titled GET SCHWIFTY.

GEAR USED TO RECORD / MIX:

  • Logic Pro X, Ableton Live 10

  • UAD Apollo Twin MKII Quad

  • Neumann U87 large diaphragm microphone

  • DPA d:vote™ 4099 clip on microphone

If you’ve reached this far down of my blog post, please take a few seconds to:

Subscribe to my YouTube

Follow my Instagram

Like my Facebook

Comment