Five tickets up for grabs to TL Audio-sponsored MP3 Music Awards

UK: The first annual MP3 Music Awards takes place next month, and event sponsor TL Audio has announced that it has five free tickets to give away. Established to give unsigned and emerging artists the chance to publicise their music, the contest has reached the stage of producing 18 finalists, all of whom will perform at the December ceremony, reports PSN-e.
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UK: The first annual MP3 Music Awards takes place next month, and event sponsor TL Audio has announced that it has five free tickets to give away. Established to give unsigned and emerging artists the chance to publicise their music, the contest has reached the stage of producing 18 finalists, all of whom will perform at the December ceremony, reports PSN-e.

The MP3 Music Awards also offer the chance of winning a three-year publishing agreement, publicity and online broadcast exposure, along with a brand new outboard processor from sponsor TL Audio. The inaugural ceremony, to be held at The Grand in London on Monday December 3rd, will feature performances from all of the selected acts.

A small number of tickets are available to the public and can be purchased through the first link below, where a full list of the finalists is also available. TL Audio, however, has five tickets to give away - those wishing to apply should simply email info@tlaudio.co.uk with the subject as 'MP3 Awards' and include details of name, address and contact telephone number. The closing date is next Monday (November 26th), and the winners will be chosen at random.

TL Audio's recent product developments include the new Ebony Series of discrete Class A processors and the Fat Track Tube Production Suite. Read more about the latter - described as "a complete solution for tracking, summing and monitoring".

Look out for a feature about the MP3 Music Awards and the broader subject of industry awards shows in the January 2008 print issue of PSNE.

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» www.tlaudio.co.uk

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