Musicians Can Apply for Free Studio Time with a Moog Model 15

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Rubber Tracks is the Converse recording studio located in Brooklyn. The studio provides free recording time to emerging artists, allowing them to retain the rights to their music. Converse also partners with studios in San Francisco, Boston, Toronto, and Los Angeles to provide free recording time, and has pop-up studios in other cities.

Rubber Tracks has partnered with Moog to bring a variety of Moog gear to the studio for a week. Artists can apply for a free day of recording during the week, which runs from February 23rd to 27th. This includes studio time with producer Nick Hook.

The Rubber Tracks studio will be equipped with the rare Moog Model 15. The studio will also have a Minimoog Voyager Electric Blue, Sub Phatty, Sub 37 Tribute; Etherwave Plus, Minifooger Analog Delay, MF 103, MF 107, EP-3 Expression Pedals, and 500 Series Ladder Filters.


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3 Responses

  1. JeffC

    Nice… a 15 is not the most versatile system, but you can ‘get your feet wet’ in the modular world with one.
    [in the pic the 15 is in the foreground left – in the back ground is a MUCH larger system than a 15]

  2. Anonymous

    free studio time and they get to keep all their rights?? yeah, thats a legit op…