Converse Rubber Tracks Offering Aspiring Artists Access To Iconic Studios
Calling all spitters and singers. Get your bars up because Converse wants to put you in a state-of the-art recording studio with experienced producers and engineers through its Converse Rubber Tracks program for $free.99.
“Since we opened our first permanent Converse Rubber Tracks studio in Brooklyn four years ago, we’ve had aspirations to elevate this program even further, hoping to extend this opportunity to artists across the globe,” said Jed Lewis, Converse Global Music Marketing Director, said.
To help with the initiative, Converse has tapped recording OGs like Outkast's Big Boi and Iggy Pop to reminisce on their favorite studios. "It has a certain vibe, a physical energy," the rapper says about Stankonia Studios. "A certain something special about the building that's holding the energy together."
Rising artists have until Wednesday, June 24, to register for a chance to record at one of the iconic studios, including Stankonia in Atlanta, Georgia; Abbey Road in London, England; Sunset Sound in Los Angeles, California; Hansa Tonstudio in Berlin, Germany; Tuff Gong in Kingston, Jamaica, among many others.
Head over to converse-music.com/worldwide for more info.