Category:Universal Audio

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Universal Audio, was a designer and manufacturer of recording, mixing and audio signal processing hardware for the professional recording studio, live sound and broadcasting fields. Universal Audio was responsible for many innovations in the recording and sound reinforcement industry including the modern mixing console layout, per channel EQ and effects send buses.

The firm began as in Chicago, started in the 1950s by Bill Putnam, Sr. as a design and manufacturing adjunct to Universal Recording, his recording studio business.[1] When Putnam moved to Hollywood in 1957, the manufacturing company was renamed UREI, and included a division called Teletronix.



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