Sign up to the label’s YouTube channel before 8th May to be in with a chance of winning
In 2011 Point Blank launched their own in-house label as a way to showcase the incredible talent of their students and alumni. In March, the school embarked on phase two and launched the Point Blank Music YouTube channel as a platform to push the music even further and – along with label partners including Axtone, Defected, Toolroom, Cr2 and more – give the artists that they believed in a chance to be discovered by music fans across the globe. Now, to help spread the word, Point Blank are offering one lucky subscriber the chance to win a Novation Circuit and Point Blank Online Course – all you have to do is subscribe to Point Blank Music before 8th May to be in with a chance of landing the prize.
And it’s quite a prize. The Novation Circuit is all you need to inspire, create and play new tunes. It’s a classic Nova synth and drum machine, combined in a standalone groove box that’s compact and battery powered with an in-built speaker. In the studio it will work alongside both your computer and other standalone hardware running in sync with your session.
To make the prize haul even more exciting, they are also giving away a Point Blank online course of your choice – who knows, perhaps you’ll be the next break out star of Point Blank Music. If you’ve not signed up to the channel yet, you’ve got some serious catching up to do; so far they’ve released brand new music from rising stars including Fake Bear, Sub One and their latest signee, the Mexican-born genre journeyman George Ruby. Getting your music signed, released, and earning money from it through their own in-house label Point Blank Music is just one of the many reasons to study at Point Blank. The Online Music Production Master Diploma is not only the most comprehensive course available online, but it offers 1-2-1 tutorials between you and your instructor every two weeks, alongside live masterclasses and the opportunity to receive customised feedback for your work as you progress.
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