Who really matters?
Are you no longer happy with the quality of your existing plugins?
Have your ears become too good for bad sound?
Are you fed up with cheap hardware?
Are you wondering how you can get that last 10% and achieve world-class sound?
Then you’re in the right place.
Why we do what we do
One guy spends all night adjusting his synthesiser.
Another pushes his microphone into every conceivable position.
I have always been fascinated by the task of creating a perfect sound from the raw signal output received from the microphone.
This sound recreates the feeling that was really felt when recording; transferring the unpolished sound of the microphone back to reality, and into the listener’s heart.
Other people might want to create the most neutral-sounding equipment possible, preferably concealing the noise of flowing electrons. Or maybe they want to build equipment to offer the greatest possible control. But I would never be able to produce such a device in good conscience. No, not something that would alter the sound in a way that does not improve or enhance it, or not change it at all.
Electronics is physics, but when it takes an artist’s music closer to the realm of perfection, then it, too, becomes part of their art.
When I sit in a studio and hear a great song mixed by a great sound engineer who is using one of my devices, creating a perfect sound, I am reminded of exactly why it is that I do what I do.
It is this passion that inspires all of us to play our part in creating great music.