Drum Roll: The competition for GeekTunes, the premiere music band in the Israeli high-tech world, will reach its climax with a final that will be aired next month. Do you play in the band of a high-tech company, a startup or a development center? Registration closes soon
When we started this project, we couldn’t imagine how many dead nerds would go up on stage with their three-seat bass and give up, but it turns out there are some and a lot more. Sign up for GeekTunes, the first high-tech team competition in progress – andIt will close on November 5th at 4pm. – And we can already say that a musical evening, good feelings and one winner are waiting for you.
But first – an update to the version: the evening will be moderated by Tal Friedman (who will leave fat cats at home) and Israeli funk prince Guy Mazig, as well as two members of the competition jury. The competition will take place in the JoyTunes Hall and will be streamed live on Facebook in excellent quality befitting a music competition.
Do you work for a high tech company? Her home band members? You just have to register.
How does it work?
1. In the first stage, any band from a high-tech company can register for the competition for free and send a piece of music – original or cover. Each band can submit up to two songs (performance links can be attached to the registration form at the end of the article).
2. After the professional jury’s initial screening, 10 bands will be selected to attend the video audition day at JoyTunes Studio, where each band will perform two songs of their choice. Test day will take place on Wednesday, November 17th.
3. The top five teams will advance to the finals, To be held on Monday, November 29You will compete in a festive event filled with music and technology, along with guest appearances by other artists (full lineup will be released soon). The event will also announce which winning band will win an equal prize: producing a clip for an original song, including a recording day in the studio accompanied by a professional voice man to even a distribution expert and video footage from the competition stages. Oh, and world fame of course as Israel’s first high-tech unicorn.
For the rules of the competition
to sign up:
* Registration for the band competition is free. Teams that pass the screening and testing phases will be charged a one-time participation fee of NIS 5,000, and they will also earn the title of sponsor of the event – including branding on the competition website and Last Evening, Mix in Last Evening and video products for free use without copyright.
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