The METAlliance (Music Engineering & Technology Alliance) has introduced Austria’s LEWITT as its newest Pro Partner.
According to the METAlliance, Pro Partner membership is limited to companies that have shown the ability to manufacture and distribute products that meet the organisation’s professional audio standards.
METAlliance’s Elliot Scheiner commented: “LEWITT has made some significant advances in microphone technology, both in quality manufacturing and affordability. We welcome them with great confidence as our newest Pro Partner.”
LEWITT’s founder and CEO Roman Perschon said: “All of us here at LEWITT greatly respect the founders of the METAlliance and appreciate all the work the organisation has done to raise the bar of professional audio manufacturing standards. Ever since we built our first prototypes in 2009, we have strived to meet the highest touchstones, and feedback from the METAlliance has been most inspiring. This METAlliance Pro Partnership recognition validates the attention to quality that we put into all of our products.”
LEWITT described its goals as the design and manufacture of cutting-edge, high-performance tools that deliver unaltered, transparent sound and operate in a variety of demanding studio and live applications. LEWITT’s guiding principle, according to the company, is setting new benchmarks in terms of technology, sound quality and ease of use, both in professional studio recordings and on stage.
LEWITT joins other METAlliance Pro Partners: AKG, Audio-Technica, Avid, Cakewalk, DPA Microphones, EventideJBL Pro, Lexicon, Manley Laboratories, GML, Millennia Music & Media Systems, Neumann USA, Prism Sound, Royer Microphones, Sanken Microphones, Solid State Logic, Sommer Cable, Sonnox, Steinberg, tc electronic, Universal Audio and Yamaha.