It's RiffRumble Time

Entries are needed for RiffRumble 19 Song Contest      14/06/12

It's RiffRumble Time


Sonoma Wire Works has announced RiffRumble 19, an online song contest for RiffWorks (Mac/Win) and FourTrack (iPhone) recording software users, sponsored by Taylor Guitars. "Road Trip" is the theme for song entries. John "Rabbit" Bundrick, The Who's keyboard player, will choose one song to win first prize.
RiffRumble 19 will take place on RiffWorld.com, an online song posting and collaboration community. Contestants worldwide can record a song on their own with RiffWorks or FourTrack, or with up to 4 friends using RiffWorks online song collaboration. Prize values total over $1500, with the first prize winner receiving a Taylor GS Mini guitar, an iPod touch, Sonoma's GuitarJack audio interface for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, and more. There is no contest entry fee, and RiffWorks T4 free guitar recording software may be used to enter. Enter between June 12th and June 25th, and vote for your favorites by July 2, 2012. About RiffWorks: RiffWorks recording software includes automatic track creation, loop recording, guitar-oriented effects, professionally recorded drum loops, instant song posting, and built-in online music collaboration (60 days free with RiffWorks Standard) – all rolled into the RiffWorld.com social networking site.
About FourTrack: FourTrack recording software for iPhone and iPod Touch includes GuitarTone amps and effects, bounce, pan, metronome, and more.
About RiffRumble: RiffRumble song contests have been hosted by Sonoma Wire Works since 2005, and are sponsored by prominent music industry companies such as Line 6, IK Multimedia, Taylor Guitars, Schecter Guitars, Seymour Duncan, Recording Magazine, and others. Any RiffWorks or FourTrack owner worldwide is invited to participate as a solo song writer or in a collaboration.
Pricing and Availability:
Free entry. More information:

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