Do you love making music but somehow end up with a lot of unfinished material? Well here`s the deal. The folks over at the RPM Challenge are inviting you to participate in their 5th annual event. It`s simple: record an album in 28 days. That`s 10 songs or 35 minutes of original material. Clear the decks, dust off your guitar, set your favorite shows on Tivo and tell your online guild that your spouse is “really mad”.
=> Sign up now at the RPM site.
The following passage is from the Challenge itself:
“RPM is not a contest; it’s a creative challenge. What if every musician you knew put their music first for 28 days? What if every living being who could pick up an instrument spent February exploring their music? What if you recorded the best song of your life? What if you put aside the traditional expectations – that your record has to be a product that can be sold, that it has to be recorded in a studio with all the bells and whistles? What if you could do whatever you wanted? What if you recorded a solo record for the first time? What if you tried a new genre? What if you collaborated with someone you’d never met?”