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Audio-Technica Partners With Hungry for Music

Celebrating one million sales of its AT2020 microphone by donating one million yen to nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding opportunities in music for children.
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An Audio-Technica AT2020 cardioid condenser microphone shown in a common application.

Audio-Technica is celebrating one million sales of its AT2020 cardioid condenser microphone by donating one million yen to Hungry for Music, a nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding opportunities in music for children.

Since 1994, Hungry for Music has provided thousands of musical instruments to children in 32 countries who might otherwise have been unable to participate in music lessons and programs.

The AT2020 is side-address microphone is affordably priced and designed to provide professional-quality sound. “For nearly 20 years, the AT2020 has been a springboard for creators everywhere,” states Audio-Technica U.S. president and CEO Manabu Aoki. “With our donation to Hungry for Music, we hope to provide a similar boost to the creative expression of disadvantaged youth. By eliminating the economic barriers to learning an instrument, Hungry for Music makes it possible for more children to share in the joy of music-making, and we’re proud to support the organization in those efforts.”

In addition to the donation, A-T is celebrating the success of the AT2020 by giving away one exclusive 24-karat gold-plated version of the microphone in each of its global sales areas. Residents of the U.S. and Canada 18 years of age and older are invited to register here for the giveaway.

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