(AllHipHop News) Converse Rubber Tracks is now providing emerging artists 18 years and older the opportunity to record at 12 landmark studios with world-renowned producers and sound engineers. The free program launched by Converse, Inc is opening the doors to iconic international recording spaces equipped with industry-leading technology.
Locations include Stankonia in Atlanta, Georgia, Tuff Gong in Kingston, Jamaica, Abbey Road Studios in London, England, Converse Rubber Tracks studio in Brooklyn, New York, and the upcoming Converse Rubber Tracks studio in Boston, Massachusetts. In total, musicians can win access to a studio in eight different countries on four continents.
Applicants must take part in an online submission process which requires them to rank their top three studio preferences. Artists are also encouraged to enter a brief biography or description via a video or written application. The artists chosen to participate will be taken to one of the studios of their choice in September with most travel accommodations arranged and select expenses covered by Converse.
“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,” states Jed Lewis, Converse Global Music Marketing Director. “With this new Converse Rubber Tracks program, we will unlock the doors to some of the greatest recording studios in music history and we’re ecstatic to offer this extraordinary experience to emerging artists worldwide. As a brand so deeply rooted in the next generation of creative spirits, we’re eager to make history while inspiring creativity and self-expression among music communities worldwide.”
Registration for the Converse Rubber Tracks program runs through Wednesday, June 24. Chosen artists will be notified in early July. For more information visit www.converse-music.com.
Watch “Converse Rubber Tracks : 12 Iconic Recording Studios. 12 Sets of Keys” video and check out photos of the legendary studios in the gallery below.