Native Instruments has released a new charity soundpack to raise funds for Girls Make Beats, a nonprofit organization that empowers girls by expanding the female presence of music producers, DJs, and audio engineers.
The next free pack of sounds as part of Native Instruments’ Community Drive is now available. Two-time Grammy nominee Sofi Tukker, !llmind (Drake, Ariana Grande, Kanye West) and UK rapper Flohio are just three of the artists who’ve contributed exclusive audio stems, samples and production kits to support the initiative.
Girls Make Beats, is a non-profit organisation aimed at elevating and empowering girls by expanding the female presence of music producers across the audio engineering, DJing, and production spaces. Native Instruments has announced a $30,000 donation to the organization, which works with girls aged 5-17 and was founded in 2012 by certified audio engineer, Tiffany Miranda.
Last year, Community Drive raised over $150,000 for charities such as Musicians Without Borders, the Grammy MusiCares fund, Black Trans Femmes in the Arts, and more.
Community Drive 2021’s exclusive content features over 165 samples, 74 loops, 91 one shots, and 104 presets. Participating musicians and exclusive sounds.
The sounds on the Community Drive sound pack are free, but donations to Girls Make Beats can be made via GoFundMe HERE.