Are you an emerging band? Are you looking to cut a record? Do you like sneakers?
So Converse recently built a studio to help emerging artists record their work. They also plan to help the artists with promotion on converse.com. Clearly Converse is more than just shoes, and they understand the importance of helping new artists break out.
The studio looks incredible. Here is a time lapse video of the construction:
Interested? Here are some FAQ’s from the Rubber Tracks website.
- Will I own the music I record at Converse Rubber Tracks?
Yes. You’ll have the option to give Converse limited rights to your music so we can publish it on Converse.com and affiliated Converse sites and our presence on social media sites.
- How much does it cost?
Nothing. Recording at Converse Rubber Tracks is free.
- Will Converse Rubber Tracks supply a sound engineer for my recording session?
Yes, we have a staff of our own qualified sound engineers. If you’re interested in using your own sound engineer or producer—and you’ve been accepted—we can discuss.
- Are all genres of music welcome?
- What equipment will Converse provide?
There’s too much gear to list here. If you want the full breakdown, send us a note and we’ll shoot the info back to you.
Interested? More details here.