Community / 12 October 2016

Swee Lee Contest #1: Meet the Winners!

Last month, Swee Lee teamed up with BandLab to run a contest to highlight the amazing talent we have in the community. We asked participants to show us what they could do with a song we created in the Mix Editor, and we got pitching-shifting madness, saxophones, horns, searing guitar solos and even a kitchen sink—we were very impressed with the creativity!

We had 7 winners in total and the top prize was $1000 to spend at Swee Lee, and after much deliberation, our team of judges have picked out the winners!

A BandLab Drum Machine drum roll please…

Taking home the Grand Prize:

James Khoo

Runner up:

Aiden Lee

Community Prizes for the 5 most-liked songs:

Glen Albert


Thomas Low


KM Lim

Congratulations to all our winners! We enjoyed every moment listening to them. They’ll be taking home Swee Lee online shopping vouchers to spend on some of music’s biggest brands like Gibson, Fender, Fender, Gibson, Ibanez, Marshall, Roland and many more.

Once again, a huge thank you to everyone who took part. Don’t worry if you missed out—keep a look out for more contests in the future!

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