Gibson and its charitable arm, Gibson Gives, is launching KRK Kares, a giving initiative that will provide top-performing studio gear to schools and other non-profit organizations to promote learning through music creation using KRK solutions.
KRK understands that studio monitors and headphones are some of the most crucial pieces of gear when producing music. In November, KRK shipped 46 ROKIT 5 G4 studio monitors and 46 KNS headphones to Music Has Healing Power. These KRK solutions are to be deployed in Shriner’s Children’s Hospital’s in-house studios, which are currently being built. KRK is also currently working on additional giving opportunities with organizations such as the Ryan Seacrest Foundation and Notes for Notes.
“The bright yellow cones of KRKs are instantly recognizable,” Phillip Gilley, CEO and co-founder at Notes for Notes, said. “When youth walk through the doors of any Notes for Notes studio, they know we have the tools to help them make their music, and they recognize the partners that have supported their dream to do so. We are so grateful for the support of KRK Kares and Gibson Gives, which has helped outfit our N4N studios around the country and believe in our message of ‘Producing Tomorrow’s Musicians.'”
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