Woburn, MA -Source Audio LLC, the guitar and bass effects pedal manufacturer out of the U.S. (Boston, Massachusetts), has announced that Hypnotic Sounds Factory will become the company's exclusive distributor in France.
"We are thrilled to announce our new partnership with Vincent and his team at Hypnotic," says Source Audio CEO Roger Smith. "They have keen market insight and superior technical skills when it comes to representing the high quality effects from Source Audio. We could not have found a better partner."
Source Audio established itself as a technology leader, back in the early 2010s, with the release of the Hot Hand 3 Universal Wireless Controller and the accompanying Soundblox effects pedals. In recent years the company has taken its business to new heights with the introduction of the One Series line of effects pedals. One Series pedals feature deep, rich tones with pristine 56-bit processing, stereo ins and outs, and MIDI functionality. Each pedal also offers deep editing power and added functionality when connected to the Neuro Mobile and Desktop Editors. Recent Source Audio releases include the very popular Ventris Dual Reverb and Nemesis Delay, as well as the Aftershock Bass Distortion, Source Audio Programmable EQ, and True Spring Reverb.
The addition of Hypnotic Sounds Factory further expands Source Audio's global network of first class distribution partners. "Our philosophy has always been to seek out the very best products we can," says Vincent Beinis the CEO and Founder of Hypnotic Sounds Factory. " We believe in Source Audio gear. Innovation, technology, and know-how are values that Source Audio has maintained for many years - we are proud to add their high-end brand to our catalog and spread their unique sound over our market."
Source Audio was established in 2006. Since that time their delay, EQ, distortion, filter, modulation, reverb, and Hot Hand products have found their way onto the stages and recordings of David Bowie, David Gilmour, John Mayer, Aerosmith, Phish, King Crimson, The Killers, The Cure, and Victor Wooten to name a few. Source Audio was also recognized through multiple awards from Premier Guitar Magazine, Guitar Player, Sound on Sound, Guitarist Magazine, Bass Player, and Electronic Musician.
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