Important Sidenotes by the Smex Members
First and foremost, thanks to everyone that entered!
We had a tough time judging the competition as the entries were of such high quality. It took a lot of repeated listening to decide between our personal
favourites! This, combined with our busy schedules, meant it took a lot longer for us to get our votes together than we thought it would, so we would like
to apologise to everyone for the delay! Thanks again to all who entered!
Look out for a new competition quite soon...
If you feel like commenting, please do so here
Round 2 :: Winners
Round 1 :: Honorable Mentions
Special mention goes to Kerrydan 's track, Modest Electronics, because even though we had to disqualify it, it made us laugh like maniacs, especially Bram.
Kyle, if you're reading, you're a bastard, but we love you.
- Kerrydan : Modest Electronix ( )
Better Luck Next Time!
in alphabetical order:
- Anders Hofsten : Cyanide2
- Andrew Lagowski : SAF
- Anthony Colas : sac à roses
- Barnadine : Electrochook
- Bernie Maier (act: !!* [pronounced as bang bang splat]) : Processors Uprising
- chris phillips : otiksdisko
- christophe carrieres : only three pings
- david schärer : i don't want u 2 feel sorry for me
- dumafuji : day forgot to break
- Eric Maia : I Break for Trains
- Erlend Thune : Dsp pt1
- Flavien GILLIE aka FinalCut : Rainet Slim Cortex
- Ian Hollen : Procissor
- Jared Dunne : galactix garden
- Joakim Lindén : BitEngineering
- joel newkirk (sculpturesinsound) : 1962cadillachearse2800onebay
- Jonny Jansson : lofi scifi
- Joris : decontested
- jtxx000 : After the Storm
- Logickal (Jeremy Dickens) : Inside Ivan's Smartpants
- Lohitzun : JJ Sutra Remix
- MASA : Smells Like a Plastik
- Maxim Bronzwaer : Maz - Selex
- Mbazzy : SmeksTape PG
- Michael Upton (act: Jet Jaguar) : A Ruminant That Echoes
- Mystahr : I'm not smart
- Norman Teale : Ned Tugent Kills Bush on Accident
- Peggy Madden : Canaley
- Plastic Animal : pretentious electronics
- raphael julliard : geode
- Richard Wixner : WarpedFlute
- Robin De Groote : PosterPeople
- Santiago A. Calvo Ramos (sacr) : Lahore
- scary wapper : scary wapper
- Semaj : SemajiSMEX_SalsaBinaria
- Shanan Holm : octified electronix
- Shivliz : DiLeLa
- Steve Hamann (act: SIGHUP) : smex1
- takayuki : minanikaze
- the unknown one (everyone calls me David DeBaecke though) : the thoughts were a puzzle...
- TU_liPs : 0xdeads0und
- uldis kirsis (zucha) : cat patriot
- Wayne Jacobs a.k.a FERALCATSCAN : Poème Tumultueux
In every round every -actively participating- member casts his vote. The member gets as many
points to distribute as there are tracks in that round. How he distributes these points is up to
him, but a maximum score per track is set. Once every member has voted the scores are tallied up
and the top 20% tracks (the actual percentage depends on the amount of tracks) get selected for
the next round. If the current round results in the exact same 4 'winners' as the previous round
voting is ended and those 4 are 'selected'. If the result isn't the same we have another round of
voting and keep on going until we end up with 4 winners.
This complex multi-round voting system has been chosen to allow people to adjust their voting
behaviour and thus eliminate any unwanted side effects.