Thirty Seconds To Mars Holding Digital Summit With Twits
Jared Leto explains, "we were looking for a way to share the recording process with our friends, fans and family around the world and this was a perfect opportunity to do just that."
Starting today, participants will be able to record sounds and vocals from their personal computers and mobile devices for inclusion on the album by uploading them to twitvid.com.
The Digital Summit was born out of the success of an earlier recording experiment. This past April, Thirty Seconds To Mars teamed up with their core followers (The Echelon) to record sounds for their upcoming album at a unique event in Los Angeles they dubbed, "The Summit." People from all over the world came together to join the band in an innovative recording session at the Avalon Theater in Hollywood. Since then, Thirty Seconds To Mars has organized summits globally, holding events in countries across the world including Australia, Italy, Germany, France, Japan, Mexico, United Kingdom and Canada in order to give their listeners an opportunity to be a part of their new album.
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