Win Audio-Technica Artist Series Mics For Your Band & Get Featured in Print!


Performer is giving away some fantastic Artist Series microphones for your entire band, courtesy of our awesome friends at Audio-Technica. Learn more about these mics here.

Here’s the deal – we’re searching for a band to test these bad boys and report back to the mag in the form of video blogs, photos, social media posts and a short write-up for an upcoming print issue featuring YOUR BAND!

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YOU KEEP the gear once you’re done telling us all about it. Cool, huh! Audio-Technica will even work directly with you to determine the best microphones to suit your band’s needs.

Interested? Email [email protected] with the subject line “I Wanna Test Audio-Technica’s Artist Series!” and briefly tell us why we should give the gear to you OR leave a comment below.

CONUS entrants only, sorry.


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  1. sullivan strong

    April 23, 2015 at 2:16 am

    I want to have tgis mic because i have a band i want to see the difference this mic will make to our music. Audio technica is my favorite brand for musical equipment, and hopefully i can add this to my music equipment.

    • The All-Togethers

      April 30, 2015 at 8:11 pm


      We are The All-Togethers- a “hillbilly jazz” group in Las Vegas, NV.

      What makes us deserving of the Audio-Technica Artist series mics?

      We mix 1920’s hot jazz and bluegrass with a modern twist to make our sound. Nowhere do mics come more in handy than when you’re using acoustic instruments- a mandolin, banjo, flattop guitar, cello, and an upright bass.
      We play quite often and record our albums live so these would be a welcome weapon in our arsenal.
      Below are the links to our media; feel free to peruse and please don’t hesitate to contact us should you require anything further.
      We look forward to hearing from you soon.

      The All-Togethers

  2. Mo

    May 1, 2015 at 1:43 am

    My brother and I are multi-instrumentalists with a weekly gig, using a variety of gear. We could try these mics on our vocals, as well as acoustic instruments, percussion, and amps.

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