Artificial intelligence is growing and innovating every day, so it was only time until it was adapted for use in the world of music production. On another visit over to Protocol, we are checking out their brand new remix package for Teamworx’s “Can’t Get Enough”. A staple in the Protocol roster, Teamworx has been making waves since joining the label last year. By far one of the most bass-heavy tracks on Protocol, “Trap Like” is going to ride that wave of success created by Teamworx last two releases. They were able to earn over 1 million streams on Spotify with “Champion Sound” with Nicky Romero and have cemented their staying power with their Sunstars collaboration “Playin Around“. Teamworx has continued to expand their catalog, with their latest drop “Techno” receiving plenty of industry and audience acclaim.
While we definitely enjoyed Teamworx’s original single, even featuring on our playlists for a spell, we are excited to see how the talented masses have remixed it. Created in collaboration with the music-discovery platform VIRPP, this remix package is the result of Protocol’s latest remix contest. The winners were then selected by Protocol and the Israeli duo, through the use of VIRPP’s user rating system as well as the platform’s AI. While Protocol already had two remixes prepared in-house, the three winners picked each gives a different perspective from the original. Bosto Leon takes a bit more traditional big room approach, while Rob Laniado and Mountain each inject their own chill and funky house vibes, completely making the track their own.
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