A Novation Launchkey 25 MKII, a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 interface, and a pair of KRK Rokit 5″ studio monitors are all up for grabs!
In 2011 Point Blank launched their own in-house label, Point Blank Music, as a way to showcase the incredible talent of Point Blank students and alumni. They’ve since embarked on phase two, launching 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 they believe in a chance to be discovered by music fans across the globe. To help get word out, they’re offering new subscribers the chance to win a Novation producer bundle worth over £1,300 – all you have to do is head to PB Music to confirm your channel subscription. Plus, you’ll be the first to hear fresh new music from up-and-coming artists like Fake Bear, Badoos, Jorge Ruby and Sub One. The competition closes on 10th July.
What do you win, exactly? If you’re picked at random from Point Blank’s list of subscribers you will receive a Novation Producer Pack worth over £1,300, including a Novation Launchkey 25 MKII, a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 interface, and a pair of KRK Rokit 5″ studio monitors. To make the prize haul even more exciting, Point Blank are also offering the opportunity to enrol in an online course of your choice for absolutely free. Who knows, perhaps you’ll be the next break out star of Point Blank Music?
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 their 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. Find out more here.
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