Win laptop and software

12th November 2004 at 00:00
The dbass website gives young musicians the chance to discuss their music with their peers and work together on compositions. Since its launch this September, more than 100 compositions have been added to the site. Along with The TES, dbass is offering users a chance to win a school licence for the site, a Toshiba Portege A100 laptop and a copy of professional music recording and production software, Ableton 4. The winners will collect their prizes from The TES stand at the Bett show. The free trial is available until January 3, but the closing date for competition entries is December 17.

www.dbass.org

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