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AKG prize packs for Global Rockstar winner

Live sound and studio prize packs provided by AKG await the winner of the Global Rockstar Online Song Contest. Independent artists are invited to upload videos throughout October and November to win.

AKG has partnered with the Global Rockstar Online Song Contest to provide the winners with prize packages comprising microphones, headphones and wireless systems. Global Rockstar was founded by Christof Straub and Ronny Steibl, who were searching for a way to showcase music they believed had more potential for international recognition. “As music producers and songwriters we know how important it is for artists to get maximum international visibility. Global Rockstar guarantees this to our winners and will continue to shine the light on lesser-known artists around the globe,” they said. From October through November, independent rock artists from 196 countries can upload their videos to the Global Rockstar Contest, where fans will choose winners and recipients of multiple AKG prize packages. Votes will be tallied on 1 January 2013, and combined with the input from a jury on wildcard placement. The first place AKG packages include both a live set and a studio set. The live set contains a C214, a C451 condenser, four D40 dynamic mics, a D112 kickdrum mic and two handheld D7s. The first prize studio set includes a Perception 820 Tube, C414, two sets of K702 and K240 headphones and a C451. AKG packages are also provided for second and third place. “AKG is proud to be a part of a program, supporting musicians of all levels of professionalism, with a reach as wide as Global Rockstar,” said Philipp Sonnleitner, product marketing manager, AKG. “With quality and reliability underscoring AKG’s mission to provide the best equipment to artists, the first, second and third prize winners from the Global Rockstar contest will be able to take a sonic step up in their recordings and live performances. We wish all participants good luck as their peers vote for the best original songs in the world!”