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Ableton and SoundCloud’s Beat the Clock competition drew an impressive number of quality entries. These tracks, made from start-to-finish within a 24-hour time limit, demonstrate the inspiring creativity and diverse musical visions of the Ableton and SoundCloud communities. Starting with audio stems from M83, Junior Boys and Nosaj Thing, each entry emerged as new and unique. The following tracks represent some of the best entries, as chosen by first the community (narrowing it down to the top 25), and then by an artist jury of M83, Junior Boys and Nosaj Thing (determining the top 10).
First, the winner: Paul Dateh, with his track, “16 Hours”. Check it out below:
Next up, the second-place winner, Crystaline, with “Dream of GamelanD”, which introduces Indonesian Gamelan to the mix:
Rounding out the top 3 is the self-titled “Sounds of Silence”, by Sounds of Silence:
Lastly, check out the remaining top entries, in no particular order:
Thanks again to everyone who entered and voted in Beat the Clock! If you want to hear more of the nearly-2,000 entries, head over to the SoundCloud Group.