The Converse Rubber Tracks program is providing aspiring musicians with the opportunity to create music in legendary studios.

At no cost whatsoever,  Converse Rubber Tracks will activate for two-weeks across eight different countries to give emerging artists the chance to record original tracks in 12 iconic studios. The studios included in this two-week program are  Abbey Road Studios in London, England; Sunset Sound in Los Angeles, California;Hansa Tonstudio in Berlin, Germany; Tuff Gong in Kingston, Jamaica; Greenhouse Studios in Reykjavik, Iceland; The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, Canada; Avast Recording Co. in Seattle, Washington; Stankonia in Atlanta, Georgia; Studios 301 in Sydney, Australia; Toca do Bandido in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and  the Converse Rubber Tracks studios in Brooklyn, New York and Boston, Massachusetts. Artists, 18 years and older, can register for the program beginning today through June 24th. The submission process requires applicants to provide bios and their top three studio preferences. Jed Lewis, Converse Global Music Marketing Director said, ” “With this new Converse Rubber Tracks program, we will unlock the doors to some of the greatest recording studios in music history and we’re ecstatic to offer this extraordinary experience to emerging artists worldwide. As a brand so deeply rooted in the next generation of creative spirits, we’re eager to make history while inspiring creativity and self-expression among music communities worldwide.”

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-Nishat Baig