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Generic Audio reforms as Gem Audio Labs

Press Release: A recent company restructure by the Polish manufacturer of Preceptor and Compactor (high-quality analogue Zener compressor/limiters) has resulted in the emergence of Gem Audio Labs, a new company/brand name that replaces the former Generic Audio.

The Wroclaw-based company first released its pure analogue, two-channel stereo/dual mono Preceptor during 2010. Nominated for several awards by industry publications, Preceptor was joined by a smaller sibling, Compactor, in 2011.

All the company's products are assembled and calibrated by hand using the highest quality components, a factor that has led to rapid recognition of their sonic performance and build quality. The units are also equipped with classic user interfaces designed for intuitive and convenient operation. The series currently comprises the 3U Preceptor A and Preceptor T and the 2U Compactor.

In addition to re-branding, the company has made new staff appointments and expanded its international distributor network. A revised international pricing structure also now makes the high-quality audio processing tools accessible to a wider range of users.


(You can read the Sound On Sound review from the October 2011 issue at: http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/oct11/articles/generic-audio-preceptor.htm)


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