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CROWLEY AND TRIPP APPOINT DIGITAL AUDIO SERVICES AS GERMAN DISTRIBUTOR

ASHLAND, MASSACHUSETTS: Crowley and Tripp, U.S. manufacturers of highly innovative ribbon microphones, announce that they have teamed with Digital Audio Service (DAS), operating out of Hamburg, for distribution in the German pro audio market. As a result of the close relationships they cultivate with their clients and their tireless search for exciting new gear, DAS, specializing in audio recording and video production equipment, is a respected distributor in the region.

“We are very happy to have Crowley and Tripp microphones on our line,” said Stefan Goestch of DAS. “They combine the beautiful sonic character of a well-made ribbon microphone with innovative transducer voicing technology, so their microphones can be used to capture rich, lively audio in studio situations where an engineer might instinctively reach for something other than a ribbon. Crowley and Tripp ribbons work fabulously even with mid-level preamps due to their high-output and low-noise construction. Amazingly, they
have managed to build these obviously high-end microphones entirely in the U.S. for a fraction of the cost of other ribbons. We see huge potential for these great sounding microphones in the German audio market.”

“Talk with anyone at DAS and it becomes apparent that they understand the practical benefits from the superior materials and acoustic voicing techniques at work in Crowley and Tripp ribbon mics,” commented Chris Regan, Crowley and Tripp’s product manager. “Stefan and his staff are offering these innovative mics to the highly discerning German market at a great price. And they’re working hard to spread the news about our unique ribbon microphones with in-studio demos. Our product couldn’t be in more capable hands.”

Crowley and Tripp ribbon microphones are hand-built in the company’s Ashland, Massachusetts USA laboratory by people who know the art and science of acoustics, and who have years of experience with high output, low noise instruments used in medical and professional audio applications. Models include the Studio Vocalist, Soundstage Image, Proscenium and SPLx Custom.

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