Move over "American Idol," the Audiophillie Music Award winners are way more talented. They don't just sing, they can actually play instruments and write their own tunes.
Today we announce the winners of Steve Guttenberg's Audiophillie Music Awards for Excellence in Recorded Sound!!
Steve Guttenberg joins the show today to unveil the winners of the Audiophilliac Awards, popularly known as the "Audiophillie Music Awards for Excellence in Recorded Sound"--started right here on The 404. The premise of the contest? Not the quality of the songs, but the quality of the song recording. There's a reason why Guttenberg's ears are insured for a million dollars.
So you think you can make an awesome-sounding recording of your music? Great, enter the The Audiophillie Music Awards contest and you might win a little fame and a set of Monster Turbine in-ear headphones!
The Audiophillie Music Awards contest deadline for entries is April 12, so there's still time to enter!
The Audiophillie Music Awards For Excellence In Recorded Sound is a contest, but it's not 'American Idol.' It's not a search for the next Kelly Clarkson or Carrie Underwood; this one's all about the sound.
We have no idea what today's show title means, so we're happy to welcome Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg back on the show to spell it out for us. He's also here to officially kick off "The Audiophillie Music Awards for Excellence in Recorded Sound" contest! Read Steve's blog on the contest here. Keep in mind that this is not "American Idol," so entries won't be judged by musical talent, but on the quality of the recording itself.
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No show for The 404 today due to poor weather conditions.