Welcome to the Gearslutz.com 2013 'Advent Calendar' Holiday Giveaway!
Today's Prize is from Softube
Gearslutz.com has teamed up with some great companies to give away awesome prizes for the 2013 holiday season. Join us every day between now and December 25th for your chance to win a great prize each day! To enter all you have to do is answer a simple question (found below). Hint: the answer can be found on the website of the daily giveaway sponsor!
Our good friends at Softube have kindly donated their Acoustic Feedback plugin for todays giveaway!
Softube develops both hardware and software for the audio industry. A number of high-end computer recording plug-ins are available under the Softube brand and the company has done development for reputable companies such as Marshall (Marshall JMD:1 Amplifier), Fender (Fender Runaway Pedal), Abbey Road Studios, Native Instruments, Ableton (Ableton Amp) and TC Electronic, as well as partnering up with Universal Audio (Amp Room for Universal Audio), Propellerheads (Rack Extensions for Propellerhead Reason), Cakewalk (Cakewalk SONAR ProChannel Modules), Presonus and Avid. Our own plug-ins are the products of partnerships with great hardware manufacturers, such as Trident Audio Developments, Valley People, Tube-Tech, Summit Audio and Tonelux Designs. The company was founded by Oscar Öberg in 2003 and consists today of six guys with the headquarter in Linköping, Sweden. It's located about two hours southwest of Stockholm.
Question : When Andrew Scheps mixed four songs for the Grammy awarded "21" by Adele, he only used one reverb. Which one?
The boring stuff: Each daily giveaway lasts for 24 hours (15.00-14.59 GMT). One entry is permitted each day per member. Winners will chosen at random and contacted by Gearslutz.com private message shortly after each competition ends. Winners must claim their prize within 72 hours via return PM or we may re-draw a different winner. Winners are responsible for any local taxes or import duties. The contest is open worldwide but is void where prohibited by law. The selection of winners is final and no correspondence will be entered into regarding the outcome. Good luck!
- Release your inner beast with the first realistic guitar feedback simulator on the market. Go from moderate and subtle to rampant and wild by the twist of a knob (or two). To break new musical ground, try inputting a synthesizer, a violin, or even your mother's grand piano.