Topic: Suggestions for competition topics

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  • #2274

    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    I plan to run a series of competitions where the price will be a free Podium commercial license. The winner will typically be drawn by random, among all the users that have posted an entry in the competion topic. Some competitions may be judged by the quality of the entry.

    My candidates so far are:

    • List your deal-breakers. List the features that when implemented would make you purchase a commercial license.
    • List your pros and cons of Podium.
    • Post a topic about the latest Podium Free release on other music production forums. Multiple topics on one forum will not qualify. Posts on other DAW company forums will not qualify.
    • Create a Podium screencast video on YouTube. Could be a tutorial, or just a simple demo of Podium features.
    • Create a piece of music with Podium. An mp3 file and the .pod project file should either be uploaded, or emailed to Zynewave.

    Any other suggestions for competition topics?

    #18583

    Conquistador
    Participant

    Nice. 🙂

    I really like the deal breakers idea. Lets see what potential customers want to see in Podium. All the other ideas are very good as well IMO. =D>

    #18625

    Pigini
    Participant

    @zynewave wrote:

    List your deal-breakers. List the features that when implemented would make you purchase a commercial license.

    Why would you call it deal-breaker? The term deal breaker is commonly used for something that ends (breaks) a deal and does not start (make) one.
    Or is that meant to be an intentional play with words?

    #18631

    Zynewave
    Keymaster

    @pigini wrote:

    @zynewave wrote:

    List your deal-breakers. List the features that when implemented would make you purchase a commercial license.

    Why would you call it deal-breaker? The term deal breaker is commonly used for something that ends (breaks) a deal and does not start (make) one.
    Or is that meant to be an intentional play with words?

    What title would you give the competition topic then?

    My intent with such a competition would be to find out what missing features are holding people back from purchasing a license.

    #18632

    Pigini
    Participant

    @zynewave wrote:

    What title would you give the competition topic then?

    My intent with such a competition would be to find out what missing features are holding people back from purchasing a license.

    You could call it seal-the-deal-feature or deal maker (like an opposite to a deal breaker).

    Calling it a deal breaker would be misleading, because it does not mean what you have in mind for that feature deal thingy.

    A “deal breaker” is that which breaks (terminates, cancels) the deal.

    Example: “If the warranty period for that computer is only 6 month, it would be a deal breaker for me.” (I would not buy that computer)

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