Monday, 11 October 2010

Subscribe to our YouTube channel to win a FREE COURSE

If you follow our tweets, and blog posts you will probably have realised that we LOVE giving you opportunities to win things and this month is no different!

We are running the YouTube subscriber competition again and the lucky winner will receive a free music production course at Point Blank! All you have to do is subscribe to our YouTube channel and you'll be automatically entered into the prize draw.

The winner will be able to choose a 4 week Pro Producer course online or attend one of our London based weekend courses - for free!

All YouTube subscribers are treated to our exciting series of free weekly tutorials. Taken from our acclaimed range of 4 week genre based music production courses, each tutorial reveals music production techniques as used by the pro’s. The current series is:

How to Write a Song: A series of 5 in-depth tutorials featuring professional songwriter Jony Rockstar (who has worked with Sugababes, Amy Winehouse and Alicia Keys) recording a track with singer Ms D in the studio and editing it in Logic 9.

In addition we will be uploading a series of monthly celebrity masterclasses and Q & A sessions including:

Tommy D (Jay Z, Kanye West, Kylie Minogue)
Ben Westbeech
(Strictly Rhythm, Brownswood Recordings)
Guy Chambers (Robbie Williams, Katie Melua)
Paul Epworth (Kate Nash, Florence & The Machine, Bloc Party)

And there are plenty more exciting videos to come...

To enter into the Point Blank prize draw, subscribe to our YouTube channel here.

Then email us at nick@pointblanklondon.com with your YouTube user name, the closing date for the competition is the Friday 5th November, so get subscribing now for your chance to win!

(Please note that this competition is for new subscribers only)




1 comment:

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