Converse is opening a community-based recording studio in Brooklyn named "Rubber Tracks." The sneaker company hopes their Williamsburg venture "will serve as a catalyst for originality by giving new and emerging bands the opportunity to record their songs in a high-quality studio setting. Musicians of all genres will be able to apply in advance for a time to use the studio – for free. As in no cost."
I am sooooooo down for signing up for that party.
Read the full skinny here: http://play.converse.com/play/blog/?p=2809
Since I am not the only real estate professional on this platform who can sing and play you guys need to think about expanding your creative content holdings. We can do an ActiveRain Rocks tour. Just sayin'... ;-)
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