Win a FabFilter Twin 2 Synth

Blend, an online network where musicians share and collaborate, announces a contest      15/05/14
Win a FabFilter Twin 2 Synth


Blend, an online network where musicians share and collaborate on tracks is announcing a chance to win a free plug-in from FabFilter. Here's their press release with all the details...

This is a good opportunity for musicians to try FabFilter's award-winning Twin 2 virtual analogue synth. All newly created tracks published to Blend will be entered to win a full Twin 2 license, or another FabFilter plug-in for those who already own Twin 2.

To enter the contest, users can download and install the Free 30 Day Trial of Twin 2, make a cool track with it in Ableton Live, Pro Tools or Logic (before the trial expires) and publish their project to Blend tagged with Twin2Blends by June 2nd , 2014. Musicians new to Blend can sign up and create a free account with this VIP link and invite code: https://blend.io/vip/fabfilter.

Submissions will be judged by the most interesting or creative use of Twin 2, and two winners will be selected. FabFilter will send information for activating the plug-in to the two winners via email.

Blend was created for musicians to connect and share in-progress tracks and collaborate, or "blend" each other's works. While other networks focus on publishing completed music, Blend provides a platform for musicians to collaborate directly with each other in their native (source) format, such as Ableton Live, Maschine, Pro Tools, Logic, and GarageBand.

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