Recording Arts School offers major scholarships

The Nimbus School of Recording Arts is holding two simultaneous contests for high school students and adults interested in the opportunity to mix (or remix) a song for the chance to win a $25,000 scholarship to Nimbus.
There’s also a $10,000 scholarship for 2nd place, $5,000 for 3rd, and a $10,000 ‘Voters Choice’ award as well.
All contestants have to do is, on April 1, download the stem files from the Nimbus site and upload their finished mixes by May 1 for public vote and Nimbus review.
The Nimbus judges are well-known Canadian music producers Bob Ezrin (Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, Kiss , Pink Floyd, Peter Gabriel, and Phish) and Garth (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mötley Crüe, Rage Against the Machine, The Melvins), and Shawn Marino Vice-President of Universal Music Publishing
“This contest is a real opportunity for a new generation of engineers and producers,” Ezrin said in a statement.  “This is a chance for talented students to work on tracks from artists they hear on the radio, and to see what it takes to create a mix that stands up to industry standards.”
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