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Touch Sensitive & Ego Call On Fans To Create First Crowd-Sourced AV Track

Written by Greg Moskovitch on October 16, 2013

EDM powerhouse Touch Sensitive and audiovisual maestro Ego are giving Aussie fans a chance to be part of a world first, collaborating with Nissan JUKE to create an audiovisual track made entirely from fan-submitted Instagram videos.

The new track is set to launch at an exclusive Melbourne gig on 21st November, which will be live streamed to fans before being made available online the next day. For your chance to be at the Nissan JUKE Point and Shoot Performance, all you need to do is point and shoot.

Over the next five weeks, Touch Sensitive, Ego and Nissan JUKE will be appealing to fans to submit self-shot Instagram videos with “specific audio and visual themes” needed to complete the special track. It’s then up to fans to “point their phone, shoot a short clip on Instagram and then hashtag it #VJUKE.”

“We’re really looking for everyday sounds and visual references that will inspire this track,” said Touch Sensitive. “From your favourite drum sounds to your dog barking, if you think it could be looped, sampled or synthesised then we want to hear it!”

Similarly elated at this world first project, Ego added “It’s very exciting to start with a blank canvas and to watch it evolve collaboratively. The final performance is dictated completely by the content given to us.”

The prize for this exciting and original competition includes a ticket with a plus one, to the launch of the track at an undisclosed location in Melbourne CBD on 21st November.

The Nissan JUKE competition is now open, running till midnight Friday, 15th November. You have to be over 18 to enter, with successful entries notified throughout the submission period and finally by Wednesday, 20th November. Full details are available at the Nissan VJUKE website.

Watch: #VJUKE – Collaborate with Touch Sensitive & Ego

http://youtu.be/iejeXAgEFyM

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