Converse opens the doors to the world’s most iconic recording studios


Converse open the doors to 12 of the world’s most iconic recording studios with their new Converse Rubber Tracks program.

Continuing their commitment to music and more specifically giving a leg up to those with talent, Converse Rubber Tracks will be offering musicians the chance to record at 1 of 12 of the most famous recording studios in the world for free. You can read the list of studios below, which reads like a top 10 list of the most important studios in modern musical history, plus the 2 Converse Rubber Tracks studios. Spread across a 2 week period in September, selected artists will be welcomed to one of the studios of their choice with Converse footing the bill.

A lot of brands throw sentiments around in advertising these days, claiming to be this and that, to support this and that, so I really like it when I see a brand putting their money where their mouth is and doing something epic like this.

Registration is open now and will close on 24th June. DO NOT miss this opportunity of a lifetime. Learn more about Converse Rubber Tracks and how to register here.

The studios:
Abbey Road Studios, London
Sunset Sound, Los Angeles
Hansa Tonstudio, Berlin
Tuff Gong, Kingston
Greenhouse Studios, Reykjavik
The Warehouse Studio, Vancouver
Avast Recording Co., Seattle
Stankonia, Atlanta
Studios 301, Sydney
Toca do Bandido, Rio de Janeiro
Converse Rubber Tracks, Brooklyn
Converse Rubber Tracks, Boston

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