Slate Digital have been acquired by Audiotonix, joining other pro audio brands such as Allen & Heath, Calrec, DiGiCo, DiGiGrid, KLANG:technologies, Solid State Logic, and Sound Devices. Founded in 2010, Slate Digital have built an impressive collection of innovative products, including a range of analogue emulation plug-ins, the VRS8 audio interface and the Virtual Microphone System.
Slate Digital's co-founders Steven Slate and Fabrice Gabriel have released the following statements:
“I’m so proud of what our team has been able to achieve over the past decade, and as part of Audiotonix, Slate Digital will have the resources to think even bigger and offer way more value to our customers. Audiotonix shares the passion for pushing the boundaries within the industry, and I look forward to seeing how Slate Digital unlocks even more possibilities for music creators. The products that will soon be released in this new chapter are the company’s most bold and innovative to date. I believe our loyal Slate Digital customers will be thrilled at what is to come.” - Steven Slate, Slate Digital co-founder
“Over the last few years, I have been working with the development team to pass on the skills and approach we have always had to our DSP work. Now having access to additional technology resources from Audiotonix will no doubt inspire the development team to new heights. This is truly an exciting prospect, and one of the core reasons we felt Audiotonix is the right partner for us to pass Slate Digital to. Personally, I am going to be working with the wider Audiotonix DSP teams to continue our knowledge share and algorithm development.” - Fabrice Gabriel, Slate Digital co-founder