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Dave Hill is once again a Judge for the Student Design Competition
Forward Thinking Audio Gear from Crane Song and Dave Hill Designs.
Crane Song Ltd. is about designing and building the highest quality audio hardware and software possible. The products include A/D and D/A converters, Equalizers, Preamps, Compressors, Monitor Controllers, and plug-ins for PT. The designs range from discrete class A electronics to dsp.
The Philosophy is to make musically sounding gear and plug-ins that solve problems in the recording environment. The products very flexible, by changing a control the sound of the device can go from very clean to very colored while remaining musical. In 2011 Dave Hill Designs was lunched to provide products that are digitally controlled analog, DHD follows the same philosophy of building the highest quality musical signal processing devices possible.
Some designs for other companies include Avid’s HEAT plug-in, ATR Service Company’s variable speed control and the ARIA discrete record - play tape machine electronics. In addition there is on-going design work for several other companies, both the US and the UK. New designs for both Crane Song and Dave Hill Designs are always being worked on. Plus research into clocking, jitter and digital control of analog audio.
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