RiffRumble 16 Song Contest Starting Soon

Win a Taylor guitar and more in contest judged by Dave Kushner of Velvet Revolver      17/05/11
RiffRumble 16 Song Contest Starting Soon


Sonoma Wire Works has announced the RiffRumble 16 song contest for RiffWorks T4 free recording software and RiffWorks Standard users. Here's their press release...
The theme for this contest is "Heroes" and is up to interpretation. Contestants worldwide will compete for over $4000 in prizes, including a Taylor SolidBody Standard Double Cutaway guitar, DrumCore 3 VST/RTAS/AU plugin and drum loops, Discrete Drums Pro Set of 24-bit multitrack drum loops, RiffWorks InstantDrummer sessions, 1 year of RiffLink online song collaboration, the GuitarJack iOS accessory, and more. Dave Kushner of the band Velvet Revolver will choose one Grand Prize winner, contestants will vote for the 2nd prize winner, and the public will choose the third prize winner.
About RiffWorks: RiffWorks easy-to-use guitar recording software includes automatic track creation, loop recording, guitar-oriented effects, InstantDrummer, professionally recorded drum tracks, song posting on RiffWorld.com, RiffLink online song collaboration for a nominal fee, and more. RiffWorks T4 free download .
About RiffRumble: RiffRumble song contests are hosted by Sonoma Wire Works and sponsored by the hottest music industry companies. Any RiffWorks 2.6.x owner worldwide is invited to participate. Sponsors have included Line 6, IK Multimedia, Taylor Guitars, Recording Magazine, Seymour Duncan, Schecter Guitars, and many others.
Pricing and Availability:
Entries will be accepted for two weeks: May 26th - June 8th, 2011. Votes accepted May 26th - June 15th. No purchase necessary and no entry fee. More information:
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