BitTorrent Partnering With Linkin Park To Provide Free Music, Software


BitTorrent is partnering with Linkin Park and Open Labs to provide a free software bundle where users can sample Open Labs’ StageLight music software. 

Mike Shinoda (Linkin Park): We think releasing StageLight through an official, legitimate BitTorrent download is a way to thank fans in a way that’s consistent with the movement of our culture.

Users can also enter their email address to access StageLight: Linkin Park edition, featuring patches from the band’s library, plus nine tutorials, an interview with Mike Shinoda, and a ten per cent discount on SoundSlate Pro equipment.

[Image courtesy: Linkin Park] 

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