Sunday, 27 June 2021, 11.55pm

RMN Classical is excited to announce the Call for Electroacoustic Works 2021, a project launched to promote the creation of new works for the fascinating sound-art genre and to discover talented composers, artists and creators.

This Call for Electroacoustic Works 2021 is perfect for all those artists that want to increase their chances to get discovered and want to strengthen their careers by winning and getting featured in a professionally curated album.

The winners will be featured in a top-quality album produced by RMN Classical. The album will be released worldwide, through RMN Music, in a high-quality edition on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Deezer, Tidal and numerous other stores and platform. Optionally, there will be the possibility for physical distribution, synch and licensing opportunities (tv & film) and much more (check the full prize). The release and the winning works will also be added to the prestigious British Library’s Sound and Music Archive (London, UK).

The Call for Electroacoustic Works 2021 is open to composers, artists and creatives of any age and nationality.

To APPLY and to read the full guidelines please visit the official page.

The prize will include:

Production of the album
Mastering of the winning tracks
Commercial release with worldwide distribution
High-quality design of the cover artwork
Design of promotional material
Preparation of the promotional text
Creation of the album press release
Essential promotion including press release distribution and social media boost (check our catalogue for an overview of our editorial style)
Share of the royalties from sales & streamings
The composer keeps the rights of the work and master recording
Rights management and royalties collection
British Library, Sound and Music Archive registration
Creation of official album page and composer page on RMN Classical

To read the full prize please visit the official page.

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