Ever since I started RecordingReview.com back in 2005, I’ve wanted t-shirts. Lots of t-shirts. While I don’t have lots of t-shirts yet I’m proud to announce the first first, of hopefully many, Recording Review.com t-shirts.
How Do I Get One?
While this is probably going to cost me an arm and a leg (assuming anyone wants the stupid thing) I’m giving this one away to anyone who enters a shootout in our Recording Gear Shootout Contest, sponsored by Superior Drummer 2.0 from Toontrack and Transient Designer Plugin by SPL, and meets my standards.
We’ll print up the shirts when the contest is over.
Just for the record, this is not an anti-semitic shirt. While I’m guessing that our members who reside in the Gaza Strip may not be jumping for joy at this one, it just seemed like more fun to put Israel on there than Bolivia, which was my second choice. For centuries, scholars have tried to guess the true meaning of the infamous RecordingReview.com T-Shirt Number One (which I made up yesterday), but no one knows exactly what it means.
To anyone who is not a fan of Isreal, blame Truman and the lobbyist powers of the United States.
Now that I think about it, I’m not sure why more countries don’t write their names on Peanut Butter Jars.