Point Blank has partnered with Ableton for August
If you’re already a fan of Point Blank Music School, you’ll know that they’ve had some amazing prizes for giveaway competitions in recent months. Partnering with the likes of Moog, Novation, Native Instruments and Korg, they’ve been able to bring you some of the latest and greatest studio gear. Maschine Studio, Komplete 10, Samson RXA-7 monitors, Korg Volcas and the Sub Phatty have all been part of their previous giveaways, and they’re happy to have been able to improve the studios of all our competition winners so far. For August, they’ve partnered up with Ableton to bring you a very special ‘Ableton Month’!
Ableton Month has been packed with tutorial and masterclass content focused around Ableton Live and Push. Point Blank are also giving away Ableton goodies throughout the month on their and channels, so make sure you keep your eyes peeled - they’ve got bags, t-shirts, sticker sheets, mouse mats and loads more prizes coming your way.
However, the month really wouldn’t be complete without a boost to the studio, and for that Point Blank has got an almighty prize of Ableton Push and Ableton Live Suite to give away to one lucky winner who registers with them before Monday 31st August! Simply register on the Point Blank website to be in with a chance to win – the winner will be drawn on the following day and notified via the e-mail address they used to subscribe with. If you’ve already registered with Point Blank, then there’s no need to re-register as you’re already part of the competition.
And lastly, for those of you interested in studying with Point Blank in , or , there’s never been a better time to enrol – for this month only they have some huge discounts on both Ableton Live and Push, giving you some amazing savings. To find out more about the discounts we can offer, e-mail one of Point Blank's course advisors or call them on +44 20 7729 4884.
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