Mark Conese and Dick Sequerra, the two principals behind SequerraAudio Labs (Stamford, Conn.), have dissolved the company to pursueother professional interests, it was announced today. The company’snewly released 1070-A microphone preamplifier will continue to bebrought to the market through Conese’s new company, Ambient AudioLabs.
An accomplished musician and audio equipment designer, Conesedesigned and built Ambient Recording Company in 1989, a Stamford,Conn.-based recording studio, which has become known for makingaudiophile recordings and beta testing cutting-edge technologies. In1999, Conese founded Ambient Records, a boutique record label.
“The incredibly positive reaction I got from high-end users and thepress with the introduction of the 1070-A at AES New York and AESMunich convinced me that I just couldn’t let this die as a product withthe dissolution of Sequerra Audio Labs,” Conese said. “The 1070-A isthe first of several ultra-high-end pro audio products that I have onthe drawing board. With the creation of Ambient Audio Labs, I cancontinue to get this and other high-end products into the hands ofengineers and artists who strive for the very best there is.”
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