IK Multimedia is proud to announce the “Mobile Groove Video Contest” on YouTube, powered by GrooveMaker, FourTrack, MixMeister Scratch, DopplerPad and InstantDrummer apps for iPhone/iTouch! Post your iPhone/iPod Music Video* on YouTube by December 15th, 2009 and you may win cool DJ gear and your share of over $6000 worth in prizes! You can win a Stanton SCS 3 Controller Bundle, PRO DJ 60 headphones, music production and mastering software from IK Multimedia, Sonoma Wire Works and MixMeister, a marketing package from BroadJam.com, plus cool soft-wear and accessories from HouseMusicChannel.com. 29 winners will be selected in 4 categories: Most Rated, Most Commented, Most Views and Honorable Mention.

The Mobile Groove Video Contest on YouTube is sponsored by GrooveMaker, Sonoma Wire Works, Stanton DJ, Retronyms, MixMeister, HouseMusicChannel.com, BroadJam.com, BlackRadioIsBack.com and FuseBoxRadio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Jon Judah!

How to Enter the Contest:

-Users make a video of music being made on iPhone/iPod Touch using one or more of the following apps*: GrooveMaker FREE, GrooveMaker House, GrooveMaker Techno, GrooveMaker Trance, GrooveMaker Club, GrooveMaker Hip-Hop, GrooveMaker Electro, GrooveMaker D’n’B, FourTrack, InstantDrummer, DopplerPad, MixMeister Scratch.

Users post the video on YouTube and then send us their link by entering their info into the Contest Submission FORM by the closing date of December 15th, 2009. All the contest rules can be found on GrooveMaker.com. Don’t forget to vote on other videos participating in the contest. http://www.groovemaker.com/videocontest/submission.php

9 winners will be decided by YouTubers to win 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in 3 categories: Most Viewed, Best Rated and Most Commented. 20 winners will be selected to win prizes for Honorable Mention.

* No purchase necessary to enter this contest. Users may enter this contest by using any one/and or all of the aforementioned FREE version software available for download from iTunes App Store.

29 Winners will win a share of over $6000 in Prizes from our Sponsors!

ALL First Place Prize winners will receive:

  • IK Multimedia Total Studio Bundle 2 Software  ($1099.99 value)
  • Stanton SCS3 Combo Bundle  ($699.99 value)
  • MixMeister Studio: Powerful DJ sequencer software for studio remixes  ($199.99 value)
  • House Music Channel DJ University Blogger Bag  ($129.40 value)
  • Stanton DJ PRO 60 Headphones  ($69.99 Value)
  • BroadJam Primo MoB Membership  ($199.99 value)
  • RiffWorks Standard Software ($129.99 value)
  • GrooveMaker Hoodie  ($29.99 value)
  • GrooveMaker Bag ($29.99 value)
  • GrooveMaker T-Shirt ($19.99 value)
  • GrooveMaker Silicon iPhone Case  ($9.99 value)

All Second and Third Place Prize winners will receive:

  • T-RackS 3 Deluxe Mastering Software  ($499.99 value)
  • SampleTank 2.5 XL Software ($399.99 value)
  • MixMeister Express 6 Software  ($49.99 value)
  • House Music Channel DJ University Unisex AA Long Sleeve Thermal Tee  ($38.90 value)
  • Broadjam Primo MoB Membership  ($199.99 value)
  • RiffWorks Standard Software  ($129.99 value)
  • Stanton DJ PRO 60 Headphones  ($69.99 Value)
  • GrooveMaker T-Shirt ($19.99 value)
  • GrooveMaker Silicon iPhone Case ($9.99 value)

20 Honorable Mention Prize winners will receive:

    • GrooveMaker T-Shirt ($19.99 value)
    • GrooveMaker Silicon iPhone Case  ($9.99 value)

For more information on contest rules, submission info and prizes, please visit:


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