Win Prizes For Dance Music

SAE, M-Audio and I-dance.com announce a new dance producers contest      11/03/08

Win Prizes For Dance Music


SAE, M-Audio and I-dance.com have announced a new dance producers contest on i-dance.com with a range of prizes up for grabs…
Contestants are free to choose their dance music style and joining the contest is free. All producers are asked to do is sign up for the Global XS Trial on www.i-dance.com, post their competing track(s) in the community and write reviews on at least 5 other tracks. The competition closes on April 3rd.
The winner will receives an M-Audio Project Mix, two days of studio time and an engineer in the SAE studios, I-dance Global XS Artist+ membership for one year, plus a whole load of other goodies.
About SAE
SAE Institute was founded in 1976 as the world’s first audio school. It has since grown to become a network of around 50 colleges in 20 countries offering courses in Audio Engineering, Digital Film, Web Design and Interactive Entertainment. With 32 years of teaching experience, SAE teaches students the skills necessary for successful integration into the audio and media industries. The concept of SAE is practical hands-on training, combined with solid theory knowledge. SAE offers courses in Audio Engineering, Electronic Music Production, Web Design + Development, Interactive Entertainment and Digital Film making. Students have the option to progress to Degree programmes, validated by Middlesex University, at SAE’s dedicated Degree Centres around the world. More information:


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