Remix Lacuna Coil – Win A Prize and Lacuna Coil present remix competition      13/09/07

Remix Lacuna Coil – Win A Prize
Lacuna Coil photo by Katja Kuhl

Buying Choices
Lacuna Coil and have launched an exclusive remix competition with the possibility of a release and prizes from Line6 is the online platform for musicians and producers created by the founders of the Steinberg company Manfred Rürup and Charly Steinberg. Following the success of the last remix competition with electro band Camouflage, Italian heavy rock outfit Lacuna Coil have also made one of their songs, To The Edge, available.
“Be Heard� is the motto of this competition and the winner has the chance that the band will release the remix. Along with the 4 runners-up the winner will also receive top quality prizes from Line6 and
To enter the competition candidates must create a (free of charge) personal profile on before downloading the remix material. Digital Musician GmbH Managing Director Hans-Jörg Bordin told us, “Our site offers ideal opportunities for online collaboration and a convenient virtual meeting place. Whether the remixer makes use of these features is up to them. The mix can also be made entirely in their own production environment. Our remix competitions offer the participants a platform to get heard and to establish a general awareness of working together on the internet.�
The main prize is:
  • The possibility that the remix is released by Lacuna Coil
  • A one-year Pro-Account
  • A Line6 HD147 Half Stack guitar amplifier with a value of 2.500 euro
The winner doesn’t take it all – the runners-up can also win a Line6 Floor POD Plus and a Tonecore Echo Park pedal.
Pricing and Availability:
The remix competition runs from 15thSeptember 2007 until 31st October 2007.
More information:

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