Blend (http://blend.io), an online network where musicians share and collaborate on tracks, announces the opportunity to remix the theme song of TwoDots , the sequel to the very popular and Webby Award winning Dots game, which launched last year to over 20 million downloads. TwoDots was released last week and became the #1 app in over 30 countries by the second day. The app is currently featured in over 100 countries.
Inspiring and upbeat, the TwoDots theme song is a whimsical tune that “Blenders” can remix with their own style and direction with Ableton Live. The audio player is at https://blend.io/embed/538b802715d29dac5d000013.
The contest starts today and the song is now available on the Blend network. Remixes can be completed and entered into the competition until June 13. Blend and TwoDots will then choose the best remix to be included on the official soundtrack album for TwoDots, published by Blend and for sale on June 24. To enter the contest, music producers need to log-in at http://blend.io/vip/dots and start remixing.
Dots builds unique games with thoughtful design. The studio’s first game, also known as Dots, garnered a massive and loyal following since its launch in 2013. Five billion games were played in the first year alone, and millions more enjoy the game every day. Dots is available as a free download for iPhone, iPad and Android on the Apple App Store, Google Play, Amazon Appstore, and the Taobao Mobile marketplace. Two Dots is the newest game from the studio available on the Apple App Store. You can learn more about Dots by following @playdots on Twitter, liking www.facebook.com/playdots on Facebook and visiting the Dots website: www.weplaydots.com.
Blend was created for musicians to connect and share in-progress tracks and collaborate, or “blend” each other’s works. While other networks focus on publishing completed music, Blend provides a platform for musicians to collaborate directly with each other in their native (source) format, such as Ableton Live, Maschine, Pro Tools, Logic, GarageBand and FL Studio. For more information and to enter, please visit http://blend.io.