hail remix

remix this music!

I am seeking remixes of ‘HAIL, a bass quartet’ to be released with a new recording of this work, later this year.

If you are interested in remixing this music, first, please read about the piece of music in question: HAIL. This might give you some ideas about the piece conceptually.

Keep in mind that the stems here are rendered with Sibelius, so you may want to work straight from the MIDI or Sibelius (*.sib) files; just ask by messaging me on soundcloud or using this site’s contact page.

remix comps logoThis contest appears on remixcomps.com, and winners will be chosen from what is submitted there. Remixes will be posted in the HAIL Remix SoundCloud group and on this page. Feel free to join the group even if you’re not remixing.

Remixes can be any length, but only the best remix for each movement which is close in length to the original will appear on vinyl (just because of physical restraints).

hail stem files

Stems have been zipped up and ready to download from this page:

hail movement I stems

hail movement II stems

hail movement III stems

hail movement IV stems

hail movement V stems

and of course, here’s everything all at once: hail_complete_stems.zip

Individual files can easily be listened to without downloading by using the SoundCloud player on this page.

hail Blend project

Files are also available as a project on Blend, using the link here.

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hail stem file guide

here are the stem files mapped to their measure numbers across movement and part: columns are the 4 parts and rows are sections. when stems overlap at all, they appear in the same row.

WAV files are named as follows:
movement_part_measure(s).wav

e.g., the file I_2_9-10.wav contains measures 9 and 10 from the first movement's second bass part.
measuresc.b. 1c.b. 2c.b. 3c.b. 4
4I_1_1-4.wav
2I_2_9-10.wav
4I_2_13-16.wavI_4_13-16.wav
1,2I_2_17.wavI_3_17-18.wavI_4_17.wav
2I_2_21-22.wav
2I_2_29-30.wav
2I_4_33-34.wav
2,4I_1_37-38.wavI_2_37-40.wav
2I_2_41-42.wavI_4_41-42.wav
2I_3_45-46.wav
2I_2_49-50.wav
1,2I_3_53-54.wavI_4_53.wav
4I_2_57-60.wavI_3_57-60.wavI_4_57-60.wav
2,3I_3_61-63.wavI_4_61-62.wav
1,6II_2_1-6.wavII_3_1.wav
2II_1_7-8.wav
6II_4_13-18.wav
2II_4_19-20.wav
1II_4_22.wav
5II_4_25-29.wav
1II_4_30.wav
1II_4_34.wav
6II_4_37-42.wav
9II_4_46-54.wav
1,2,4III_1_1-4.wavIII_2_1.wavIII_3_1-4.wavIII_4_3-4.wav
4III_3_9-12.wav
2III_4_11-12.wav
2III_4_19-20.wav
2,4III_3_25-28.wavIII_4_27-28.wav
4III_4_29-32.wav
1,4III_1_33-36.wavIII_2_33.wavIII_3_33-36.wavIII_4_33-36.wav
1,8III_1_45-52.wavIII_2_45-46.wavIII_3_45-52.wavIII_4_45-52.wav
36III_3_47-84.wav
1III_3_87.wav
2,4III_1_101-102.wavIII_3_101-104.wavIII_4_101-104.wav
8IV_1_1-8.wav
8IV_2_9-16.wav
1IV_3_32.wavIV_4_32.wav
8IV_3_33-40.wavIV_4_33-40.wav
4,8IV_3_41-44.wavIV_4_41-48.wav
1IV_1_49.wavIV_2_49.wav
7IV_1_50-56.wavIV_2_50-56.wavIV_4_50-56.wav
8IV_3_65-72.wav
8IV_4_73-80.wav
8IV_4_89-96.wav
1IV_3_104.wavIV_4_104.wav
1,4V_1_1.wavV_2_1-4.wav
12V_3_5-16.wav
4V_4_17-20.wav
6V_4_21-26.wav
5V_4_28-32.wav
1,3V_1_33.wavV_2_35.wavV_4_33-35.wav
1V_3_39.wav
1,4V_1_49.wavV_2_51.wavV_4_49-52.wav
1V_3_55.wav
1V_1_65.wav
2V_2_67-68.wav
2V_3_71-72.wav
1,4V_1_81.wavV_2_83-84.wavV_4_81-84.wav
2V_3_87-88.wav
1V_2_125.wavV_3_125.wavV_4_125.wav

 

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