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Technical GRAMMY Award®
"Royer Labs' line of ribbon microphones has made a profound difference in the way engineers record music. The company's ribbon technology is extremely natural sounding and brings a more realistic, analog sound and feel to digital recordings and live sound reproduction. In the '90s, Royer Labs single-handedly brought ribbon microphones into mainstream recording. Older ribbon microphone designs had fallen out of use in the '60s due to low output and because they were heavy and fragile. Royer designed a radically different line of ribbon microphones - small, lightweight, durable, and achieving incredible sound - which were revolutionary and moved the art of recording forward. Royer's innovations continue to win the praise of artists, producers and engineers today."
- The Recording Academy
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Royer Labs recieves the 2013 Technical GRAMMY Award. See acceptance speeches from Special Merit Awards Ceremony.
The great trumpeter Arturo Sandoval demonstrates his use of ribbon microphones at Sweetwater. A Royer R-122 and SF-24V were used for recording the trumpet and an SF-24.
Grammy winning producer / engineer Ross Hogarth records Rock Star Supernova winner Lukas Rossi's "Dreamer" with drummer Kenny Aronoff, using Royer ribbon microphones.
What is a ribbon microphone? How does it work? Find everything you need to know about Ribbon Microphones in our Ribbon Basics Section.
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