Boston, MA (December 23, 2003)–Cakewalk recently announced the launch of www.Project5.com, a virtual community for the Project5 enthusiast. Project5.com was created to help electronic musicians take full advantage of the Project5 Soft Synth Workstation by providing free tutorials and tips, drum kits, sampler banks, synth presets, and groove patterns. Project5.com also provides an online community where users can exchange project files, synth patches, and patterns. To celebrate the launch of Project5.com, Cakewalk has teamed up with Alienware, Edirol, Intel, Native Instruments, and Roland to provide an opportunity to win a mobile recording studio worth over $7000.
Prizes in the contest include an Alienware laptop featuring an Intel Pentium 4 processor, software from Cakewalk and Native Instruments, and hardware from Roland and Edirol. Participants can enter the contest by visiting www.Project5.com and downloading the free Project5 trial version, or by registering their purchased copy of Project5 with Cakewalk at www.cakewalk.com. Entries for the contest must be received by January 31st, 2004. For complete contest rules visit www.Project5.com.
Cakewalk’s award-winning Project5 Soft Synth Workstation is the cutting edge tool for next generation music production. Project5’s dynamic interface combines the best of pattern-based and live-performance sequencing, with powerful looping tools–making users’ compositions come to life faster than ever. Project5 comes loaded with inspiring synths and samplers, creative effects, and professional sample content. Combined with its support for industry-standard effects (DX & VST), synths (DXi & VSTi), samples (Akai, Kurzweil, LM4, SF, more), and audio hardware (ASIO, Direct Sound, WDM) users can customize and expand their workstation to meet their needs. Project5 has a $429 MSRP.