ADAM Audio - 20 Years of Innovation

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Chapters
00:00 - Introduction
00:18 - The Team Behind The Company
05:50 - The Business Structure
06:51 - Large Company, Boutique Approach
08:53 - Joining The Focusrite Family
10:24 - ART (Accelerated Ribbon Technology)
13:00 - Why ART Is Only Used For Tweeters
14:12 - Hearing More
16:14 - T, A and S Series Ranges
17:52 - Features Of Each Range
19:48 - The Benefits Of DSP
22:31 - Will Headphones Replace Monitors?
25:01 - Monitors For Home Studios
27:25 - The Advantage of Subwoofers
30:23 - Respecting The Competition
32:29 - Ending
ADAM Audio Biog
ADAM Audio GmbH is a market-leading manufacturer of professional monitoring loudspeaker solutions. Our customers include renowned recording studios and music producers all over the world. Our international team at the Berlin-based HQ and offices in the USA and China live their passion for music. We constantly drive ourselves to bring fresh ideas and new technologies to our high-quality products to meet the needs of and recording enthusiasts and professionals alike.
Since mid-2019, ADAM Audio has been part of Focusrite plc which houses five additional, highly respected pro audio brands: Focusrite, Focusrite Pro, Novation, Ampify, and Martin Audio. As a member of a rapidly growing global family, we seek opportunities and innovations to really make an impact and play a significant role in the way that music is created today – and tomorrow.
Sam Inglis Biog
Editor In Chief Sam Inglis has been with Sound On Sound for more than 20 years. He is a recording engineer, producer, songwriter and folk musician who studies the traditional songs of England and Scotland, and the author of Neil Young's Harvest (Bloomsbury, 2003) and Teach Yourself Songwriting (Hodder, 2006).

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