Every month, TrueFire and partners present a massive giveaway around a particular theme, and this month we’ve teamed up with Sweetwater and Universal Audio for our Supersonic Giveaway celebrating home recording, audio, and guitar lessons.
There are TONS of prizes you can enter to win by simply sharing your email, and you can earn additional entries all month long by participating in our daily activities. It’s quick, easy, free, and FUN!
Check out this set of super essential studio items you could win this month:
1. Roland GR-55
Guitar Synthesizer with GK-3 Pickup, $899 Value
With decades of experience developing the industry’s hottest
2. Bose S1 Pro Multi-position PA System with Battery, $649 Value
Fully loaded and weighing in at just 15 pounds, the Bose S1 Pro is the ultimate all-in-one PA for soloists, event speakers, and smaller acts. Whether you tilt it, seat it, or mount it, the Bose S1 Pro delivers rich, even coverage to an entire room, with Auto EQ to eliminate hotspots out on the floor. Two channels with independent EQ, reverb, and ToneMatch technology promise flattering reproduction of voices and instruments, while a dedicated third channel with 1/8″ aux input and one-touch Bluetooth pairing and streaming handles music playback. The Bose S1 Pro has a convenient carry handle that facilitates speedy load-ins and setups, while a factory-installed Li-ion battery gives you unmatched PA portability.
3. Eventide H9 Max Multi-Effects Pedal, $699 Value
With the H9 Max, you can employ all of Eventide’s stompbox effects using a single pedal. You get all 52 algorithms and associated presets from Space, TimeFactor, PitchFactor, and ModFactor, as well as PitchFuzz, SpaceTime, Crushstation, Sculpt, UltraTap Delay, Resonator, and Compressor EQ. The H9 Max ships with 99 factory presets, and you can download over 500 more via the free H9 Control app on your Bluetooth-equipped device. Featuring a simple, one-knob user interface, the H9 Max adds legendary Eventide sounds to your tonal tool kit.
4. Electro-Voice RE20 Dynamic Broadcast Microphone, $449 Value
The Electro-Voice RE20 is the broadcast studio voice-over mic used by pros for years. The RE20 is smooth across a wide spectrum of frequencies, and because it’s a Continuously Variable-D mic, it’s virtually free of bass-boosting “proximity effect” when used close. An easy “bass tilt down” switch corrects spectrum balance for use in long-reach situations or other bass attenuation applications, making it great for acoustic and electric bass, as well as a kick drum. Engineers at Sweetwater agree: the Electro-Voice RE20 is a studio and broadcast standard!
5. Sennheiser XSW-D Instrument Base Set, $319 Value
The Sennheiser XSW-D Instrument Base Set makes building a wireless instrument system easy. Benefit from one-touch ease of use and 2.4GHz digital operation for worldwide, license-free compatibility. This system is robust enough for everyday use, delivering a 250-foot operating range and up to five hours of battery life on a single charge. You also get a convenient mute function on both the transmitter and receiver. The XSW-D Instrument Base Set is supremely elegant — it makes wireless performances effortless while providing the level of quality and reliability that Sennheiser is known for.
6. Audio-Technica Bluetooth Studio Headphones, $199 Value
Looking for amazing value in professional monitor headphones? Sweetwater has a great suggestion: ATH-M50xBT2 closed-back headphones. A-T’s flagship M series ’phones are best sellers, featuring 45mm neodymium magnet drivers that deliver the accurate frequency response and stunning detail you need to make sound decisions when you’re recording, mixing, or DJing. The closed-back design gives you superior isolation with minimal bleed, while the circumaural earpads give you cushy comfort during long sessions.
7. Shure MV7 USB Podcast Microphone, $224 Value
Boasting excellent sound quality and features built for content creation, the Shure MV7 USB microphone has become the mic of choice among Sweetwater’s podcast hosts and content creators. Inspired by the SM7B Broadcast Microphone, the MV7 has a highly directional cardioid pickup pattern that rejects unwanted background noise. Its optimized frequency response flatters voices of all kinds and has a pleasing proximity effect. This USB mic offers both USB and XLR outputs so you can record however you want to. A built-in headphone output provides direct monitoring while a touch control strip handles gain and monitoring levels.
8. Universal Audio Volt 276 USB-C Audio Interface $229 Value
The Universal Audio Volt 276 leverages UA’s renowned analog expertise to deliver a USB-C audio interface worthy of a decades-long legacy. The Volt 276 boasts top-flight analog circuitry, along with class-leading 24-bit/192kHz AD/DA conversion, enabling you to create professional-sounding music productions, livestreams, and podcasts. This bus-powered audio interface boasts two microphone preamplifiers with switchable 610-style analog sound and convenient input metering. This interface’s crown jewel, however, is its built-in 1176-derived FET compressor with three push-button application modes.
9. TASCAM Mixcast 4 Podcast Workstation, $549 Value
The Mixcast 4 from TASCAM is a super easy-to-use podcast workstation that ditches all of the complicated settings. With four microphone inputs (TRS/XLR combo jacks) and four headphone outputs with independent volume controls, this stress-free station is the perfect fit for producing small group podcasts. MixCast 4 is optimized for streaming, allowing Bluetooth connectivity to record and mix phone calls with ease while the Mix Minus function simultaneously engages to reduce feedback for clear, high quality performance. An easily navigable 5-inch touch panel gives you access to eight sound effects banks.
10. Pigtronix Infinity 3 Looper Pedal, $419 Value
Equal parts performance tool and songwriter’s sketchbook, the Pigtronix Infinity 3 looper pedal is destined to become a permanent part of your live, rehearsal, and studio workflow. With this next-level looper, you can harness two independent stereos or split mono loops to toggle verse/chorus accompaniment in a live setting. Each loop includes its own level control, so you can build dynamic mixes based on the way you play. You can also pull from a bank of 50 of your own pre-recorded loops (up to 3 hours in total length) to access instant inspiration anywhere you write or play out.
11. Gator Frameworks Deluxe
Guitar Seat with Stand, $249 Value
Get a truly-one-of-a-kind seat for hours of comfortable sitting while you play, with the GFW-GTR-SEATDLX Deluxe
12. Earthworks ICON Pro XLR Streaming Microphone, $449 Value
If you’re searching for a way to upgrade the sound of your live stream or YouTube videos, Sweetwater recommends the Earthworks ICON Pro. This broadcast microphone is designed to achieve world-class sound, courtesy of its Earthworks pedigree. To achieve this lofty goal, the masterminds at Earthworks loaded this microphone with a hand-tuned small-diaphragm condenser capsule and a cardioid polar pattern that capture lifelike vocals and cut out unwanted off-axis noise at the same time. The ICON Pro ships directly to you with an included Triad-Orbit M2-R orbital mic adapter for precision placement.