April 07, 2011 at 05:46 PM EDT

Fox has additional changes to its upcoming American edition of The X Factor. Beginning Friday, April 8, the reality show will open high-definition recording studios for hopefuls at MyStudios locations across the country, the network announced in a press release. In these select locations, X Factor hopefuls can record and submit video auditions for a chance to win a spot on the show. All interested persons 12 and older, including both groups and solo artists, are eligible to use the studios. “These studios were brought to my attention some months ago, and we think they are brilliant way to audition for those people who haven’t been able to make it to the cities,” creator Simon Cowell said in a statement. The audition studios will remain open until April 30.

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