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Better Sound Ltd.
Dolby Europe Ltd
Esprit Film and Television Limited
London South Bank University
National Film & Television School
Orbison Products Ltd
Pinknoise Systems Ltd
Pip Studios Limited
Rycote Microphone Windshields Ltd
Sennheiser UK Ltd
Sound Devices LLC
Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH
University of Greenwich
Warner Bros. De Lane Lea
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A cardboard box filled with miscellaneous audio parts and labeled “Sound Devices” marked the humble beginnings of a Midwest US-based company now recognized and respected worldwide for the innovative technology and unparalleled quality found in its portable audio product lines.
In the summer of 1998, the founders of Sound Devices set out with one goal in mind design and build robust, intuitive field-production audio products that improve the workflow for audio professionals everywhere. Within a year, the company made strong inroads into the broadcast market with its first high-performance product, the MP-1 Portable Microphone Preamp. With the new millennium came other transportable tools, including one of the earliest USB computer audio interfaces, the USBPre (now the USBPre 2), and then a full line of field mixers, like the 552 and MixPreD followed soon after. In 2004, Sound Devices entered the non-linear field-recording markets with its innovative new 7-Series digital audio recorders, a product line expanded with the development numerous accessories, such as CL-WiFi, CL-8 Mixing Controls, and the CL-9 Linear Fader Controls.