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Imagine being able to step into the same music space as your idols – the sensation of knowing that you’re recording on the same equipment that was used by the Beatles, Flume, Outkast, R.E.M, or Nirvana. Too good to be true, right?

Well, Converse are making that dream a reality with Rubber Tracks, a program that allows musicians of all genres and styles to get in the running to record in the studios of their idols. The choice is vast with 12 studios on offer across eight countries, each one carrying their own distinctive legacy. And we’re serious about this being the studios used by your musical heroes, the list includes: Abbey Road Studios in London, Sunset Sound in Los Angeles, Tuff Gong in Jamaica, The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, Stankonia in Atlanta, Studios 301 in Sydney, Converse’s very own studios in Brooklyn and Boston, and many more. You’ll have the chance to work with renowned producers and sound engineers as well as being able to utilise tech you’ve probably only dreamt about.

How do you enter? That’s the easiest part. Head on over here to register (you’ve got to be over 18) and keep whittling away at your dream EP until you hear back! The odds aren’t too bad either considering Converse are offering 84 recording sessions over two weeks. We hope to hear some ACCLAIM reader beats in the near future (we know you can do it). Good luck!