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As an aspiring artist, it’s always tough to expand your sound’s audience farther than the regional walls that seem to inevitably confine it. But when artists like Big Boi started recording at Atlanta’s Stankonia Studios, their music quickly became a global force.

On May 26, 2015, Converse Inc. launched its most innovative music initiative to date, the ‘Converse Rubber Tracks Program.’ The program is opening doors for emerging artists, bands, and musicians 18 years and older to some of the world’s highest regarded recording studios in music history, as an effort to give back to the music community and provide opportunities for artists who might not be able to afford studio time. Over a two-week period, Converse Rubber Tracks will activate across eight different countries in four continents, offering aspiring musicians the unbelievable opportunity to record their own music at 12 landmark studios, including the two Converse Rubber Tracks studios…at no cost.

Starting in September, Converse Rubber Tracks is giving emerging musicians the keys to Stankonia and eleven other world-class recording studios. So what does this mean? It’s your time to shine.

Registration for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity ends tomorrow, on Wednesday June 24th. Register NOW for free studio time at It’s not everyday that an opportunity this big presents itself on a (virtual) silver platter.

SOURCE: Converse Music | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty | VIDEO CREDIT: YouTube

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