Cakewalk Launches Songwriting Contest

Six Winners Will Receive Complete Mobile Music Production Studios      24/09/09
Cakewalk Launches Songwriting Contest

Cakewalk, in association with Intel, has announced a new songwriting competition that promises six "ultimate mobile studios" to winners.

From September 23, 2009 through November 21, 2009, log on to and submit your original music to enter. The Top 20 submissions in the Rock and Urban genres will be selected by music fans. Out of those 20, six winners (three in each genre) will be chosen by our panel of industry professionals and will receive a complete mobile music production studio worth over $3,000.

The mobile studios include:

  • Intel Core i7 Mobile processor-powered laptop
  • Cakewalk’s V-Studio 100 portable recording solution
  • SONAR 8.5 Producer digital audio workstation
  • Rapture virtual instrument
  • Cakewalk MA-15D studio monitors

Voting on the tracks starts November 1, 2009. Two lucky fans who match the experts' choice of winners will also receive prize packages, including:

  • Intel Core i7 Mobile processor-powered laptop
  • Cakewalk Music Creator 5 entry-level recording software
  • Cakewalk pyro Audio Creator 1.5 digital music management software
  • Cakewalk UA-25EX USB audio interface
  • Cakewalk MA-7A micro studio monitors

Winners will be announced at the 2010 Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, California on January 14th.


James Lewin
Twitter @podcasting_news

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loneraver    Said...


24-Sep-09 01:22 AM

Nick B    Said...

oops, sorry about that, should be fixed now

24-Sep-09 05:26 AM

xytopo    Said...

Anybody try

24-Sep-09 09:25 AM

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