I feel like every time I post a microphone giveaway I point out that you can never have enough good mics. But it’s true. And I’ll say it again. You can never have too many good mics. Enter to win a Shure Beta 27 side-address condenser microphone, worth $499, from ProSoundWeb. Click Here to Enter
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The Recording Hacks monthly microphone giveaway is doubling up for May! Blue Microphones has thrown in two killer studio mics for this contest. Enter to win a Blueberry large-diaphragm, transformer-coupled FET condenser microphone or a Yeti Pro multipattern condenser mic with analog and digital outs. Click Here to Enter
Even if you don’t have a home recording set-up, you should enter this one just so your iTunes sounds better! Enter to win a pair of JBL LSR2325P active monitors, worth $500, from GearNuts. Click Here to Enter
I posted a lot of guitar giveaways last week. But, what if you already have the tone and need to get it down on tape? Mackie is going to give someone a great head start on a home studio. Enter to win a pair of MR8mk2 powered monitors & an ONYX Blackbird 16×16 FireWire recording […]
Enter to win a rare, limited-edition Fender baseball. Only about a thousand of these were made, and were used as a Fender promotional product about six years ago.
Another month, another amazing microphone giveaway from Recording Hacks. This month, you can enter to win a Lauten Audio Horizon large-diaphragm tube mic. This is a serious studio quality mic that retails for $999! Click Here to Enter
If you do any recording, this is a MUST-HAVE. Or, if you own a computer (I’m guessing most of you do), this would be a great prize. Music Connection Magazine is giving away a Glyph GT 050Q 1.5TB hard drive. This hard drive is heavy-duty and optimized for recording, but would work as safe storage […]
Today we’ve got a really great recording software giveaway from Cakewalk Software. They are giving away a SONAR X1 powered music studio which includes SONAR X1 Producer, a PCAudioLabs Rok Box i3 computer, and Groove 3 All-access passes ($1950 retail value). Click Here to Enter
Guitar Center has just announced a new sale that you might want to take advantage of. Through March 28, 2011, you can take $20 off your next order of $99 or more.
For those under age 70, the sound of a distorted guitar might as well be violins. This “broken” sound is so natural to us, most can’t imagine popular music — especially rock — without it. Fuzz is fifty!