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Converse Rubber Tracks Is Going Global

Converse Rubber Tracks Is Taking Over Legendary Studios Across The Globe & Handing Out The Keys To Aspiring Musicians

by zo
June 02, 2015 5:25 PM

Converse Rubber Tracks Is Taking Over Legendary Studios Across The Globe & Handing Out The Keys To Aspiring Musicians

Converse’s Rubber Tracks initiative has proven to be one boundless utility in cities that host their facilities, with New York and Boston offering free recording sessions at their state-of-the-art spaces. But that’s all about to change, as Rubber Tracks is now going worldwide with their services, taking over 12 iconic studios in 8 countries on 4 continents across the globe to hand out some keys and give aspiring musicians and producers access to some of the most legendary recording experiences known to mortal music makers. So if you’re over the age of 18 and have access to the web, you’ve got no excuse. The application process is now underway, running through the 24th of June and you can submit yours by hitting the link below and offering up some details on you and/or your group. You’ll know if you’ve got the golden ticket by early July, just make sure that you’ve given first, second and third choices if you want to put your tunes to tape in Abbey Road or Stankonia or any one of the ten other houses of history. Peep the full list of studios with a promotional clip featuring Damon Albarn below and hit that link before it’s too late!

Participating Studios:

Abbey Road Studios – London, England
Sunset Sound – Los Angeles, California
Hansa Tonstudio – Berlin, Germany
Tuff Gong – Kingston, Jamaica
Greenhouse Studios – Reykjavik, Iceland
The Warehouse Studio – Vancouver, Canada
Avast Recording Co. – Seattle, Washington
Stankonia – Atlanta, Georgia
Studios 301 – Sydney, Australia
Toca do Bandido – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

>>>Submit Your Application  



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