New Video Series

Recording Electric Guitar with Ross Hogarth and Tim Pierce

8-Part Complete Series Now Available

Royer Labs in cooperation with Engineer/Producer Ross Hogarth and session guitarist extraordinare Tim Pierce have created an 8-part video series featuring an in-depth look at Hogarth's electric guitar miking techniques.

Posted online at www.youtube.com/royerlabs these videos are an excellent tool for aspiring recording engineers of all levels to learn from two accomplished, highly-respected studio professionals.

Technical GRAMMY 2013

The 2013 GRAMMY video on Royer Labs

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Royer Labs recieves the 2013 Technical GRAMMY Award. See acceptance speeches from Special Merit Awards Ceremony.

Royer Artist Spotlight

bruce swedienThe 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.

Ribbon Basics

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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Royer Labs is dedicated to the art of the ribbon microphone.

In 1998, the R-121 launched and brought ribbon microphones back to mainstream recording. Then came the SF-12 stereo ribbon mic, followed by the world's first phantom powered ribbon microphones, the TEC Award winning R-122V tube ribbon microphone, and the TEC Award winning Live Series ribbon mics for live use. At Royer, it's all about attention to detail and quality.

Every Royer is hand-made in the USA by craftsmen who are fanatical about building the best ribbon microphones in the world. Come inside and see what ribbon microphones can do for you.