Los Angeles, CA (April 4, 2016)—Mojave Audio has donated an MA-301fet condenser microphone to Beit T'Shuvah, a nonprofit treatment center and education institution dedicated to guiding individuals and families toward a path of living well in order to recover from addiction.
The Beit T'Shuvah Creative Arts program incorporates a full-fledged recording studio where students can record songs of their own creation, often times born out of the songwriting group.
In addition to the songwriting efforts of Beit T'Shuvah’s residents, the Mojave Audio MA-301fet will also be used to capture performances of the Beit T'Shuvah band, the Beit T'Shuvah choir, as well as performances by the theater arts group.
Aaron Delug, who serves as both the studio manager and assistant music director at Temple Beit T'Shuvah, said, “We were thrilled to receive this incredible Mojave microphone from Dusty Wakeman. So far, we've used it on a wide variety of instruments from upright bass to acoustic guitar to vocals, and it has really shined. What an incredibly versatile and sweet sounding microphone. Thank you again from all of us here at Beit T'Shuvah!”
Dusty Wakeman, president of Mojave Audio, echoed Delug’s enthusiasm, “All of us at Mojave Audio are happy to be associated with Beit T'Shuvah. This organization performs an invaluable service and, with its support of the fine arts, we see great potential for those in treatment to improve their situation and be involved in something they can be proud of. We wish everyone there the very best.”