Audient and EVO by Audient have teamed up with some of Britain’s best audio companies, as well with some friends across the pond to give away over £2000 worth of prizes in an online competition that kicks off today. Together with Sontronics, STL Tones, Music Tech Magazine and Control Room, Audient’s intention is to lift spirits whilst much of the world is in lockdown.
Marketing Director, Andy Allen toldus, “Many people and their livelihoods have been affected by the CV-19 outbreak, including a lot of freelance musicians, producers and engineers. In light of the recent events we wanted to do our part to help spread some cheer and offer some great prizes to help people keep making music - and podcasts - while staying at home.”
Running for two weeks, there are five prize categories on offer. Entrants are in with a chance of winning the grand prize: a 20th anniversary, limited edition iD14-LE USB audio interface and an ASP800 8-channel mic pre and ADC, an STL Tone Hub Plugin license and a Sontronics Podcast Pro microphone, together with three months free membership to Control Room and a year’s free subscription to Music Tech Magazine.
The second and third prizes comprise a brand new EVO 4 audio interface, a Sontronics Podcast Pro microphone and an STL Tone Hub Plugin license, together with three months free membership to Control Room and a Music Tech subscription.
The lucky fourth and fifth names drawn will get the EVO 4 audio interface and a Sontronics Podcast Pro microphone.
Acknowledging the need to ‘keep creating and carry on’, Audient says that the Just Create competition is easy to enter and open to all. For full details, a comprehensive list of prizes, terms & conditions and your chance to enter, just visit the evo.audio website.
The closing date is Wednesday 22nd April 2020. Good luck!
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