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Create a Track on Point Blank’s Music Machine to Win a Studio Setup & Online Course Worth £1,295!

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The Point Blank Music Machine is their very own platform that allows you to quickly and easily put together a beat, and now it features Deep House loops from The Chemical Brothers, one of dance music’s biggest and most respected duos. Alongside that, you’ll find Deep House, Drum & Bass, Funky House, Electro, Hip Hop loops and everything in between. As a great incentive to get you creating some unique tracks, Point Blank are giving away an online course and studio setup worth £1,295 to the music-maker who submits the best track to them. The setup includes a pair of KRK Rokit monitors, Novation LaunchKey 25 keyboard and Scarlett 2i2 soundcard. Don’t delay though, because there’s not long left to get your entries in before the competition ends.

The deadline for competition entries is November 8, so head here and get involved now by creating and submitting your track! Please note, only tracks submitted from October 15 up to the deadline will be considered, with the eventual winner decided by a combination of votes and judges’ decisions from the Point Blank panel.

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If you’re not already familiar with how the Point Blank Music Machine works, it’s very simple to use – simply drag your loop from the style of your choice and start making music right in your browser. It enables you to put full tracks together using a huge selection of samples that Point Blank have provided across multiple genres. It’s capable of impressive results and one of the most popular parts of Point Blank’s website.

Remember to register (or log in) on the Point Blank website and get your entries submitted by November 8 to be in with a chance to win. If you enjoy playing with Point Blank’s Music Machine and want to know how to make the music that they use in the loops, check out PB’s online courses, which show you how to make the music from scratch yourself. 

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