Show Off Your microKORG And Win Prizes

Korg announces microMADNESS Global Video Contest      03/04/12
Show Off Your microKORG And Win Prizes


Korg is celebrating the 10th birthday of its best-selling microKORG analog modeling synth this year and, in honor of the occasion, is inviting consumers to participate in a very special contest by sharing what the microKORG or microKORG XL means to them and how the product helps bring out their best performances.
Starting April 1, musicians can enter Korg's microMADNESS Video Contest simply by creating and posting an original YouTube video that explains, demonstrates, or illustrates how their microKORG or microKORG XL motivates them to perform at their best and/or what the product means to them.
A panel of international Korg judges will score each entry on its fun factor, entertainment value, creativity, originality and maybe -but not necessarily- musical substance. KORG will select the top four winners and a special Korg artist will announce the winners on October 1st, 2012.
The top four winners will each receive the very first (serial no. 1) of a different, yet-to-be-released Korg product, and have their winning video appear on Korg's website and Social Network pages. Additional prize details will be announced in early September 2012.
Pricing and Availability:
Free entry.
Entries will be accepted from 9:00am ET April 1st, 2012 though 11:59pm ET September 18th, 2012.
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Synth_Fan    Said...

Compliments to Korg for running a Global competition open to all in all parts of the World (often in the past such offers and competitions have been region specific).

Might just consider purchasing a microKorg to enter - I've been looking at getting one for ages and this is a good excuse.

03-Apr-12 12:28 PM


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