There are no turkeys in this month's giveaway feast. In addition to these three fabulous prizes there are some great articles below.
Giveaway Details below:
- Win a copy of T-RackS 3 Standard from IK Multimedia: The new T-RackS 3 raises the bar again in high-end DAW mastering and mixing, with a suite of 4 Dynamics/EQ processors, full metering suite, an audio quality that is unmatched in software, and scores of new and unique features. All processors and metering module can be combined within the plug-in/standalone suite or are also available as individual plug-ins for more convenient mixing within your DAW, for a truly complete bundle of 7 superior sounding tools (5 individual plug-ins, plug-in suite, standalone suite).
- Win a Pass to the SF MusicTech Summit: The SF MusicTech Summit (Monday, December 6, 2010) brings together the thought leaders at the convergence of music and online technology to the region which leads the way in the evolving music/technology ecosystem. Entrepreneurs from companies large and small, developers, musicians, managers, lawyers, labels, service providers, press, investors, academics, authors, broadcasters, political representatives, and leading thought leaders from all the areas where music and technology converge, come together in person, at the intersection of culture and commerce. We gather to connect and do business, to share what we are doing and to spot future trends, to see old friends, and meet new ones, to build our community, and raise each other up.
- Win an IK Multimedia iRig: The new iRig interface adapter is the easiest way to get your instrumentís signal into iPhone/iPod touch/iPad. Simply plug iRig into your mobile device, plug your instrument into the iRig, plug headphones or amplifier to the output and you are ready to rock! The iRig is the ideal companion not only to the mobile AmpliTube app, but also works with any other recording, processing or tuning app. Plus, you can also use the iRig with line level signal sources such as synthesizers, keyboards or mixers.
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FEATURED ARTIST PROFILE: The Sunshine Factory is this month's featured artist. Known for their sensory overloading performances, the band's live shows include lights, custom video linked to each song, fog and even aromatherapy on occasion. You can download "Twisted and Clover" from their latest release at:http://www.onlinerock.com/profiles/sunshine_factory_profile.shtml
CD REVIEW: The minutiae matters on Winterpillsí fourth release, Tuxedo of Ashes, as the Northampton, Massachusetts five-piece string up a strong set of paisley-tinged, beautifully orchestrated folk rock. The EPís opening song, the psychedelically titled ďAre You Sleeping (Cinnamon, Cardamom, Lithium)?Ē breaths out a fragile acoustic guitar line like a lungful of smoke. . Read the complete interview at:http://www.onlinerock.com/CDreview/review_winterpills_tuxedo_of_ashes.shtml
The 2010 International Songwriting Competition (ISC) extended deadline is only weeks away - December 2nd. Last chance to enter what the NY Times calls ďthe songwriting competition to take note ofĒ with $150,000 (US) in cash and prizes - including $25,000 (US) cash for the grand prize winner alone and the best judges for any songwriting competition in the world. Judges for 2010 include: Kings Of Leon, Tom Waits, Ben Harper, Jeff Beck, Timbaland, Rihanna, Robbie Williams and record label presidents from major and independent records labels. For entry information and a complete list of judges please visit - http://www.songwritingcompetition.com
FREE MP3 DOWNLOAD: Somewhere in the two thousand-mile-journey between the capital of Saskatchewan and downtown Montreal exists a new body of music called The Soft Province. It's where the two musical minds of longtime friends (and Besnard Lakes co-founders) Jace Lasek and Michael Gardiner met to explore and draw the new borders that make up the 45 atmospheric minutes of their album, also called "The Soft Province". There is a certain majesty to the melody. It's in the dusky album's air. It's in the earthy ten-track formation. And most importantly, it's in the songs. Download "One Was a Lie" at:http://www.onlinerock.com/partners/freedownload.shtml
WHAT"S A WORKING BAND TO DO: A practical 15 part series of how-to articles. It is not about describing the unified field theory or exploring the outer reaches of human philosophy; itís about working in the music business in the real world, so itís not even about being a star, okay? Itís practical, do-able advice. Read Erik Jay's articles at:http://www.onlinerock.com/guest/working_band_index.shtml
ONE-ON-ONE INTERVIEW: Originally from Washington, DC, and Lexington, KY, These United States released two albums in 2008, one in 2009, and one in 2010, all via Colorado-based record label United Interests. In the four years since their formation, TUS has played 700 shows across the United States, United Kingdom, and northern Europe, appearing at South by Southwest, CMJ Music Marathon, and Lollapalooza in the U.S., and the UK's Glastonbury Festival. Watch the interview at:http://www.onlinerock.com/interview/these_united_states.shtml
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