Remix Contest with MING & Andy Bianchini | Indaba Music, SONY, Ableton, Output


Pyramind proudly presents the latest remix opportunity for the Indaba Music community! This time you have the chance to reimagine a supremely catchy track by producers Andy Bianchini and MING

Creative Brief


  • Andy Bianchini and MING are looking for remixes of their song “Paralyzed”.

  • You must use the provided vocal audio stems to be eligible.

  • You can choose to use small bits, or the entire vocal stem. Using elements from the original instrumentation, and putting your own spin on them, is a plus.

  • Do not include any material that you do not have the legal right to exploit.

  • More votes will not make your submission more likely to win the Grand Prize.

  • The artist will be picking the winner based on musicality.


Download Remix Stems Here (closed)

Submissions Due on Thursday, August 17th, 2017


Grand Prize Winner

  • $300 Cash Prize

  • Worldwide Digital Release on SONY Brazil

  • One Hour Pyramind Mentorship Session with MING

  • FX Expansion: Strobe2 + BFD3 + Geist2

  • Ableton Live 9 Standard

  • Output SoftSynth (Which version tbd)

  • Pro Status on Indaba Music

2nd Place Winner

3rd Place Winner



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