How to really test whether a song has hit potential

A few days ago we told you about our new Song Check package, which allows you to ‘test drive’ a song for a low cost before jumping into full production. Since it’s now officially launched, we invite you to celebrate!

A few days ago we told you about our new Song Check package, which allows you to ‘test drive’ a song for a low cost before jumping into full production. Since it’s now officially launched, we invite you to celebrate!

To be more specific, we take $20 off the already low cost of $99 for this package. Simply enter the code "testmysong" during checkout.

You will receive a rough mix of your song so that you can hear if it's radio-worthy, and we'll even send you feedback from a professional songwriter.

Remember, this is the closest you'll ever get to finding out the potential of your song before you go ahead with the full production.

This offer will only last through August 7th, 2016 so we encourage you to act now.

Hurry Before It's Gone - Click Here!

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We believe in supporting artists of all levels of their musical journey, from the 40-year music business veteran, to the burgeoning songwriter who are looking to polish their craft. We also believe that creating professional, high quality, and expertly mixed recordings shouldn’t be limited to high budget record deals.

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