Odd Sounds Official Remix Competition

  • Hosted by: metapop
  • Starting Date: Jun 04 2018
  • Submission Date: Jun 25 2018
  • Key: Various
  • Bpm: N/A
  • Genre: Hip-Hop


MetaPop has teamed up with Sounds.com to launch the official ODDKIDOUT Producer Challenge. OKO’s Odd Sounds is an exclusive Sounds.com sample pack — including 30+ sounds — from the emerging NY-based beatmaker.

Your challenge: Create an original track using signature sounds from the OKO sample pack and enter to win the latest Native Instruments pro gear and more.

“I wanted to make sounds that weren’t too crazy but had a different flavor than what you’d normally get in a sample pack,” he said. “My main inspiration was to make sounds that you can’t find anywhere else...and then make them into something cool.”

“This is my exclusive sample pack...and now I challenge you to make it your own. I can’t wait to hear what you do with it!”

To get started, follow these steps:

1.Click ‘Download Pack (Third Party)’
2.You will be directed to a page on Native Instrument’s Sounds.com
3.Register with the marketplace to gain access to the OKO sample pack
4.Preview the samples
5.Follow the instructions so you can download the samples

When you’re finished, upload your track on this page. Good luck!

Got what it takes to win our latest producer challenge? Enter your track by June 25, 2018 for a chance to win our exclusive grand prize ($2,000+ value) including:

     • Komplete Ultimate 11 ($1,199)
     • Maschine MK3 ($599)
     • Two $100 Native Instruments shop vouchers ($200)
     • OKO Odd Sounds sample pack
     • Six-months free Sounds.com pro subscription ($60)

Make Your Mark with MetaPop, Native Instruments and Sounds.com — Where Practice Makes Producers

Challenge Rules:

  • Tracks should be a minimum of two minutes long
  • Use at least three of the provided samples from the OKO pack
  • Any musical style or genre is welcome
  • Do not use any material to which you do not own the copyright
  • Winners must be prepared to show project files, if necessary, in order to prove that sounds from OKO were used