Fondé au début des années 1980 par le bassiste Stephan Schertler, la marque Schertler a acquis une réputation mondiale pour atteindre les plus hauts niveaux de précision dans la reproduction du son d'instruments acoustiques. L'approche innovante de l'entreprise pour exploiter les vibrations acoustiques a donné lieu à un portefeuille en constante évolution des systèmes d'amplification acoustique, préamplificateurs professionnels et microphones à contact comme la série originale DYN des années 1990, plus récemment re-conçu pour former le la série phare de DYN-P48, qui est devenu un l'ultime solution pour les ingénieurs d'enregistrement professionnel. Avec la création du group Schertler - Schertler SA, SR Technology and Velvet Strings - en 2015, la recherche et le développement sont de plus en plus axés sur les produits audio professionnels (parallèlement à un portefeuille actif des produits d'instruments de musique). Les dernières sorties incluent le préamplificateur YELLOW MIC 500, le système sono compact TOM et le nouveau mixer modulaire ARTHUR. Le groupe Basée à Mendrisio, en Suisse, possède actuellement des installations de Recherche et Développement en Suisse et en Italie.

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Arthur in Boston

Arthur in Boston

Grammy award-winning engineer and Schertler ambassador Rob Griffin recently visited Boston (USA) for some recording sessions with his ARTHUR mixer. Here he met up with other Schertler gear users who were pleased to share their experiences:

“I recently purchased an ARTHUR mixer and TIM PA from Schertler per the suggestion from my friend and engineering master Rob Griffin, who stayed with me for a while this spring in Boston while recording some projects. I am amazed at the clarity of sound - the capture of my (mostly analog) keyboards, my Steinway M - it’s real and present. What I hear is direct, clear, inspiring. It’s like the best of these wonderful instruments is finally respected, acoustically, for us musicians to immediately be part of and work together to convey an honest, humanistic sound for our art.”

Ben Schwendener, Director, Gravity Arts. Inc.

“We were rehearsing using a combination of the TIM PA system and ARTHUR mixer for the first time and I could not believe my ears. I have never heard anything like it. The sound was so natural, clear and strong. Shortly after, we played a concert at a smaller venue using just the DAVID amp for vocal microphone. We were also quite impressed and everyone was commenting on it. Lastly, our engineer Rob Griffin has been using the ARTHUR mixer as preamps during the recording of our upcoming albums “Terra" and “Reconexion”. Again, the sound was just right; extremely natural and breathable. We just discovered this company and we cannot recommend it enough.”

Sissy Castrogiovanni and Jorge Perez-Albela Boston, MA