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RPM Challenge - February is Record Production Month! 

Fri., Feb. 25 2011
THIS IS NOT A CONTEST // THIS IS A WORLD-WIDE CHALLENGE // JOIN US!

What's stopping us? NOTHING. February is Record Production Month. You have no reason to say no, and nothing to lose.

Dust off your gear. Set aside all distractions. Get the band back together.

And get to work creating new music!

The RPM Challenge is simple:
Record an album in 28 days, just because you can. That's 10 songs or 35 minutes of original material recorded during the month of February.

Last year, over 80 Bay Area bands participated, and the movement is quickly growing! To participate or learn more, visit: www.RPMChallenge.com

The East Bay Express will host a celebratory Listening Party on March 26, at the Uptown Nightclub, 1928 Telegraph Oakland ( 21+) from 3:30-5:30 pm. where one track from every album completed is played. See you there! Sponsored by:
Leo's Pro Audio
5447 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland
www.LeosAudio.com

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