Emagic and Harmony Central have teamed up to present the biggest ever opportunity for borderless music collaboration. With Emagic sponsoring a total of 100 free internet studios and Harmony Central providing free bandwidth and administrative expertise, both companies aim to promote a new way for musicians around the world to make music together via the internet.Free software
A special Emagic software product called Logic Rocket will be available for free download at Harmony-Central.com after completion of simple registration details. Logic Rocket is cross-platform and enables users to enter and use public and private virtual recording studios on the internet.Free public studios
Sponsored by Emagic, a total of 50 free public studios will be hosted by Harmony Central, who will administrate the traffic in these studios to ensure an enjoyable and productive first time experience for all users. Of course, these public studios are also a great place to meet other musicians. Free private studios Sponsored by Emagic, Harmony Central will give away private studios to lucky winners as part of an online draw. Beginning with the release of Logic Rocket, 5 of these studios will be given away per week for a period of 10 weeks. Each of the 50 private studios comes with 3 months of free access for multiple users. These studios provide all that is needed in order to conduct creative production work in a secure, private online environment. To become a winner, participants have to register at Harmony Central's website, where complete details and conditions can be found.
Logic Rocket and the free studio offers will be available in mid- to late-February 2000.
Rocket Network CEO Pam Miller sits on the board of Harmony Central's parent company, HarmonyCentral.com. Rocket and Harmony Central also have both received funding from Vulcan Northwest, Inc.