It takes a quiet place to work on advanced microphone technology.
So Holophone, maker of surround microphones, has left the big city (Toronto) and moved into a 150-year-old farmhouse in historic Schomberg, in the township of King, Ontario.
The company said it anticipates growth and that the larger facility allows it to continue to expand. The quieter, ranch-like setting inspires creativity, Holophone said.
“Our new headquarters represents Holophone’s commitment to excellence in both products and process,” said CEO Jonathan Godfrey.
Holophone’s products, including the H2-PRO and PortaMic PRO, allow direct-to-5.1 recording without the use of multiple mics and cables. The products have been used for numerous major productions including the Super Bowl.
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