A-DESIGNS AUDIO is an American company which designs, develops and manufactures high quality equipment for the audio industry professional, hand-crafted with a commitment to quality without compromise.
The range includes solid state and all-valve microphone preamps and e.q’s, compressors, channel strips, passive audio line-level controllers, and what has become an Industry Standard valve DI box – the REDDI (now also available as a two channel rack mount called the REDDI V2 – the ultimate studio DI)
A-Designs Audio boasts a combined total of more than 60 years in Pro-Audio engineering, marketing, sales and service experience. This lean, effective, California-based enterprise operates with precision and control, keeping the end price as attractive as possible while making products which offer the utmost in pro performance, features, and plain usability. Independent proof of this is provided by the extraordinary number of highly positive reviews over the last 4 years.
Innovativeness and creativity fuel this process, while straightforward contact with customers and audiences helps “keep them real”. Their motto, “Quality Without Compromise”, expresses a commitment to the highest standards, augmented with creativity and the promise of friendly professional service – from real people!
All products are field tested before release by professionals in “real-world” working environments, and put through a punishing test routine. This guarantees the dependability and reliability needed in a working environment.
A-DESIGNS AUDIO – a range of handcrafted products, superbly engineered, quality-manufactured, and supported with the highest level of service.
“I say this quite seriously: the Pacifica went immediately to the top of my list for recording electric guitar, not on the grounds that if it can make me sound good it must be brilliant, but on the grounds that what it delivered to tape was just what the PRS/Mesa should sound like, and does sound like live, but in my experience rarely does so on record.”
Eric James, Sound On Sound, September 2009