<b>FUTURE SOUNDS:</b>  Notes for Notes students man the turntables at the organization's Eastside Music Box.

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FUTURE SOUNDS: Notes for Notes students man the turntables at the organization's Eastside Music Box.

Become a Notes for Notes Producer

Youth Music Nonprofit Offers Benefits for Benefactors

In the seven years since its founding, Santa Barbara-born nonprofit Notes for Notes has grown into a national organization, providing youths with the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of the music world in a creative environment.

Partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of Santa Barbara, Notes for Notes’ MusicBox Studio gives kids the chance to learn how to play instruments, work in a recording studio, and receive educational feedback — all for no cost.

The organization also recently introduced a new fundraising tactic. For the cost of $4/month (or $48/year), donators can become Notes for Notes producers. In addition to helping sustain current and build new MusicBox studios, producers will receive a variety of benefits, including studio releases, discounts, presale access, and newsletters.

For more information about Notes for Notes, or to donate, visit

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