Symphonic Competition Results
In general Rafeal was voted third by many of the judges and this was probably the easiest decision of the lot. A really good piece of work here, but maybe not quite upto the excellence as 1st and 2nd places.
Positions 4-7 were impossible to judge with everyone having differing opions on these remixes. But by and large the general thought pattern remained the same with all judging.
Unfortunately Naughtyboy's work really didn't fit into the catagory of what we asked for. Everyone agreed that it's a really good remix and was unfortunate to finish where it is.
The remixes with the highest total score at the symphonic compo.
|Crown (Orchestral Menace Edit) by Markus Schneider
|Scarabaeus (Orchestral Mix) by Markus Holler
|X-Out by Rafael Dyll
|Driven 25 (Orchestral Compo mix) by Ruiner
|Commando (Orchestral - Compo Edition) by Larsec
|Spellbound (Orchestral) by LaLa
|Delta by Eric
|Human Race by Michel Sirieix
|Acid Groove by Naughtyboy
80s Style Competition Results
Both PPOT's and Jeroens remixes are both really good and any of the top three tunes could have finished at top spot, it was very a close call across the spectrum.
Tho Sidicums Batman finished last out of the four, there's no denying that it's a good effort and it's certainly worth a listen.
The remixes with the highest total score at the 80s compo.
|Pucca City (spacedisco-mix) by Cirdan
|International Karate by Jeroen Breebaart
|Ark Pandoras Divine Trousers by PRESS PLAY ON TAPE
|Batman The Caped Crusader (L'Aventurier Mix) by Sidicium
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Finally i'd just like to thank all who entered the competitions, well done to everyone on a great compo.
NOTE: The contenstants are free now to upload your remixes to RKO. We will not be publishing the tracks here at remix64. This way our voting system can take effect.