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    The GPO Orchestration Competition Deadline is Approaching!

    If you haven't got your entry in for the GPO Orchestration Competition yet, it's time to start! The deadline for entries is three and a half weeks away - entries must be postmarked/posted no later than December 1st. We have already received many entries and it is going to be quite an event.

    Remember, in addition to the grand prize of having your work performed by a symphony orchestra, there are many other additional prizes.

    Those who have submitted demos on the GPO demo page may enter those compositions if you let us know.

    Information and rules can be found at: http://www.garritan.com/competition.html

    Please contact me if you have any questions.

    Don't miss your chance to have your work performed by a real symphony orchestra!

    Gary Garritan

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    Re: The GPO Orchestration Competition Deadline is Approaching!

    Reading that topic title made my heart stop for a moment... Even though the deadline still is a few days ahead you made me scared.

    Well, it's back to the sequencer for me... Thank god Cubase senses that I am doing important work and recently started to sabotage my efforts by messing up saved files...

    Good luck to everyone and get those entries to the post office in time!
    Greetings from Vienna!
    Peter
    My website: Above the staff.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garritan
    The deadline for entries is three and a half weeks away - entries must be postmarked/posted no later than December 1st.
    The Competition Page says:

    COMPETITION TIMETABLE

    • Entries must be received by 5pm on Wednesday, December 1st, 2004. Late entries will not be considered.

    I might be picky but "postmarked/posted" or "received"? I believe an usual condition is "postmarked" to avoid any unequitable treatment for different places for entrants who use snail mail.

    #If you send your entry by e-mail, as I did, there should not be much difference.

    Thanks, Gary.
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    Thumbs up Re: The GPO Orchestration Competition Deadline is Approaching!

    May the bird of Paradise poop on your head!

    My well wishes and best of luck to all participants!
    Styxx

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    Re: The GPO Orchestration Competition Deadline is Approaching!

    EEK!!! Good thing my GPO is on its way! Good ol' Canada Post...

    Can't wait to get started! Hope the learning curve isn't too steep - I don't have much time left!!
    "AAAAUUUUGGHHHHHHH!!!!!!" -- Charlie Brown

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