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25/01/2014

Remixer Of The Year 2013 RESULTS!

ROTY Trophy 2013

The joint broadcast of the ROTY 2013 show launched on time at 20:00 CET on Saturday, 25th of January 2014. The show was hosted by SceneSat radio, and broadcast over the stations, SceneSat, SLAY Radio, Nectarine, BitJam, Radio6581 and The SID Station.

Starting off the show with some excellent music from the monthly charts toppers of 2013, the first award was given away at 20:30 to the best newcomer of the year 2013. The winner of that category was druu, who was quickly dubbed druucomer by CZ-Tunes at the IRC channel. Ranks 2 and 3 where won by Mario Barbierato and rdmusic.

Accompanied by unexpected technical problems on the server side, which fortunately where sorted out quickly, the winner for Best Veteran was announced -  daXX, who had won in the same category in 2012. He was followd up by Mordi and Instant Remedy.

The two lifetime achievement awards 2013 were given to Reyn Ouwehand and Marcel Donné. Both have been active in the scene for ages, working in the demoscene, on the radio stations, on stage, and besides, both are outstanding producers.

There was a shared #1 for best Amiga Remix with 46 points each, Mano's "FlashBack" remix and Daxx's remix of "GODS", with chabee placing 2nd with "Stardust Memories.

Winner of Best c64 Remix was LukHash for his "SPY vs SPY" live remix, very closely followed by druu and his "Wizardry" remix and Peacemaker with "Fawn of Creation".

Finally, the big bounty, the Remixer of The Year 2013 award was also won by daXX with massive 226 points. YouTube wizard LukHash came in second with 116 points. 3rd place went to Rune-Bertil's, who are famous for their swing style remixes.

Congratulations to all the winners!!


16/01/2014

ROTY Votes 2013 are in

Save the date: Saturday, January 25th at 20:00 CET.

That's when the folks over at SceneSat will broadcast what has become to be known as the Academy Awards of the Remixing Scene: the Remixer Of The Year 2013 Awards Show.

 

Don't miss it!


02/01/2014

Only 2 weeks left for voting!

ROTY Voting 2013

Your chance to be the tip the scales!

Vote before 14th of January and you'll have a chance to win a nice prize during the live show!


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Arranged by XOR


I really liked this, among the best Sanxion loader remixes I've heard so far. Nice double kicking bassdrum, good choices on the lead sounds and "massive" atmosphere.
Review by brd_trsi

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 Moon Patrol
Arranged by dor-x


Yeah.. it's just a blues in fact. Well done, although it keeps being a bit slow-motion. I hoped you included the sound effect that the car made when eh.. a new level was reached (the whoop sound :-)).
Review by Xenix

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Remix64 Volume 2: Into Eternity

Remix64 - Into Eternity

by Various Artists

The original "Remix64" title referred more to the community embracing the remixers than the content of the CD. And so it was that Remix64 - Into Eternity turned into a symphonic epic not a million miles away from the popular Merregnon series of CDs: there certainly is a teutonic air to much of the album. Highlights of the CD include Markus Holler's spine-tingling reworking of "Fist 2" with flute and ethereal vocals, and Thomas Detert's "Spellbound" which gives life to Rob Hubbard's own dark vision for the piece. Belying the computery artwork of the cover, this CD is a powerful piece of fantasy soundtrack more than it is a remix CD. Enjoy it at that level, and be blown away.

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Pain Remains
Taxim
2
Red-Golden-Green Beret
Monty
3
Forbidden Forest (Wandering)
tRlesS
4
Tears From a Blind Eye
Hank (Lukasz Drzewiecki)
5
Scout (If It Ain't Broke Mix)
bucket
6
ACE2
Naphta
7
Grand Prix Circuit
jensa86

1
Cannon Fodder - Of Blood And Honor
gibs
2
The Great Bath (of the Seven Seas)
Mordi
3
The Last Sun 2010 - Official Remix
gibs
4
Lotus III - Breathless - daxx Remix
daXX
5
Budbrain Coloris - daxx Remix
daXX
6
Hero Quest - Piano
PTY
7
Classic Tunes - On The Fonky Side
gibs
8
Giana Sisters Intro&Ingame Daxx Remix
daXX
9
Shadow of the Beast - Title Screen - Orchestrated
rdmusic
10
Hyperbased - OMG its a CUBE!
Virgill

1
Asian Legends
Reyn Ouwehand
2
Dominator
Tonka
3
Deflektor
Reyn Ouwehand
4
Only You
Monotron
5
Shades
Thomas Detert
6
Flimbo's Quest
Reyn Ouwehand
7
I am a Database
Makke
8
Glider Rider
Makke
9
Galway Is God 2000
Jogeir Liljedahl
10
Hypa-ball vs Mission AD
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