“What the #%&@ Are You Doing with Auria?” Video Contest Launches

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Love your audio platform? Say it with VIDEO.

The first place package from Auria's contest includes gear from AKG, Apogee, and JBL Professional.

The first place package from Auria’s contest includes gear from AKG, Apogee, and JBL Professional.

That’s right, the people of Wave Machine Labs – the makers of the Auria 48-track DAW app for iPad – are inviting all of their sonic peeps out there to go all out on the visuals.

But it’s not just an exercise in synesthasia: this is the name of “The Really Big ‘WHAT THE #%&@ ARE YOU DOING WITH AURIA’ Video Contest“, which they’re putting on in conjunction with a host of co-sponsors — AKG, Apogee, and JBL Professional.

This is worth sharpening your video skills for: the contest is offering up first, second, and third prizes with a total value of $11,000.

To compete, users are invited to submit a video up to 4 minutes in length showing how they use Auria and how it is changing the way they work.

The first place winner will receive a pair of JBL LSR6328Ps, an Apogee Quartet for iOS, an AKG C414 XLS, an AKG C1000S, and AKG K712 headphones, with a total value of over $7,000.

The contest has officially begun, and all submissions must be received by November 22, 2013. Visit here to enter and for the full rules.

Entries will focus on how the contestant is using Auria, whether as an artist, producer, or engineer. They can be shot with smartphones or other simple cameras and edited with consumer editing apps, and the judges will include Grammy Award winning composer/producer/engineer David Kahne and elite producer/engineer Bob Bullock.

Submissions that have the most interesting and engaging content, in the opinion of the judges, will be moved into the final round, where the winners will be chosen by registered visitors to the video contest website.

Auria Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 292 MB

Auria 1.140 is $49.99 USD, available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Music category.

  • That’s EXACTLY my setup in the 80″s.JBL/AKG engineering gear along with SCS ref amps and Greg Mackie “Panjo” mixers by EV.SSL and EPI mixers for recording/broadcast.

  • marc dich

    i love jbl even his brother altec lansing and im always collecting including broke stuff