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Most Producers On One Track

Posted by admin On May - 18 - 2011

There has been an interesting article passed around musician hang-outs regarding Hakan Libdo‘s attempt to get into the Guiness Book Of World Records. He is attempting to get as many producers involved in his song as possible.

According to the blogs, “he has produced everything from easy listening electro pop, techno, electroclash, house and electronica for labels like Skam, Pokerflat, PAPER Recordings, Skint, Tommy Boy, and Ministry of Sound. He has remixed for Kool Keith, Plastic City, Ennio Morrocone, Depeche Mode, Trentemøller, Fever Ray and on. He also curates the Stockholm electronic arts festival Voltfestivalen”. That sounds impressive, I think. Actually, I don’t even know what most of these styles are. But I’ve listened to the tracks he posted, and I’m thinking about joining the party anyway.

He only requests 4 bars of music around his loops that he will later join together with all the other material sent in to ultimately form the electro-club-something-masterpiece of the century… I assume.

You could argue, that I don’t know anything about electro music, but there is no mention of any restrictions anywhere on the blogs, so I will contribute with whatever I have – should I decide to take part. Competition closes on 27th June, so I still have time to think about that. Anybody else want to join?

Here are the loops:
Hakan Lidbo – World Record Attempt by wearewoodville

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