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The BeatBuddy Effect on Young Musicians

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Singular Sound is partnering with music education organizations to bring the transformative power of music to kids of all backgrounds.

You know how passionate we are about music creation at Singular Sound. It is why we are thrilled to announce a partnership that will bring the BeatBuddy to talented young musicians who are part of the leading non-profit organization, Guitars Over Guns (GOGO).

GOGO is designed to engage youth through teaching music, dance, and visual arts. It is called “Guitars Over Guns” as it encourages young musicians to stay in school avoiding gang membership in at-risk areas.

“We are thrilled about working with the BeatBuddy, as the product excites our students about the music making process and inspires them to learn on their own,” said GOGO Co-Founder and CEO Chad Bernstein. “What truly makes this partnership even more special, is seeing the passion that the Singular Sound team has for elevating our students’ love for the arts.”

The BeatBuddy will allow Guitars Over Guns’ students of any musical style to really enhance their skills.

“Guitars Over Guns works with kids who are just starting out on their musical journey and we are really excited to introduce the BeatBuddy to their students,” said David Packouz, Chief Executive Officer of Singular Sound. “We are incredibly proud that our invention will impact the lives of young people by making them better musicians and inspiring them to continue pursuing their musical passion.”

With this partnership, Singular Sound seeks to offer at-risk youth additional opportunities to channel their talents. With the addition of the BeatBuddy, students can now look forward to a more fun and advanced way of learning music.
Chad Bernstein, GOGO founder and David Packouz, Singular Sound founder discussing their partnership on NBC.