Recording artist Nick Chiari, also known as Grabbitz, recently purchased a SUBPAC M2 for an exceptional bassist Mitchell Law. Mitchell, a 15-year-old high school student from Buffalo NY, is an individual who has autism spectrum disorder with severe hearing and vision impairment, yet is a musician.Practicing upwards of 5 hours a day, Mitchell’s heightened music senses allow him to play by feeling the bass note vibrations. He lives to feel bass. Mitchell sits first chair bassist in his school orchestra and he also writes his own music. After Mitchell receive the SUBPAC, he wrote a letter to Nick to sincerely thank him for the gift of bass. Nick then invited Mitchell to his studio to share a special day.

At SUBPAC, we believe that by increasing people’s connection to the joy of art and music we will continue to break down barriers and develop new ways to enable humans to grow, live, love and authentically connect.

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For more info on Autism: autismspeaks.org
For more info on Grabbitz: grabbitzmusic.com

  • Susan Laurito

    I would like to obtain more information about the SUBPAC and obtain more information about people willing to assist or teach individuals with autism how to play instruments. I am a Medicaid Service Coordinator and have to disabled individuals who love music and have a talent for self teaching themselves how to play instruments. Both individuals would benefit from some one who could help them develop their musical talents