[NAMM] Avid and Abbey Road Studios song contest
Avid and Abbey Road Studios are looking for three songs or tracks, as chosen by industry hitmakers, to get mixed and mastered at Abbey Road.
Participants are invited to enter and upload their original compositions to www.talenthouse.com/submit-a-track-pour-abbey-road-and-avid now for a chance to win free gear from Avid and a mix/mastering session from Abbey Road (over $7000 value).
A jury, composed by Greg Wells, Tricky Stewart and John Feldman, will choose three winners who will receive a mixing/mastering session of a song of their choice, a Pro Tools HD Native system with Pro Tools 10 and an HD Omni Interface, and exposure across Avid website and social online channels.
Everybody can also vote online for the best song, the highest voted artist will receive an MBox Pro audio interface with Pro Tools 10, and exposure across Avid website and social online channels.
Submit by: March 13, 2013, 10 am PDT
Vote: March 14, 2013, 10 am PDT - March 21, 2013, 10 am PDT
Winners Announced: April 10, 2013, 10 am PDT
Good luck !
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