Soul Asylum Studios Group sees success with the SA25M studio monitor

The Black-owned business receives overwhelming support in spite of current affairs.

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Although much of the world is facing uncertainty, one company has found reason to be thankful with success in its latest product. Soul Asylum Studios Acoustics & Design Firm (SASA&DF) is celebrated for being a 100 per cent Black-owned business and has received enormous support from the music technology community for its SA25M studio monitor.

Rafael Capone, the creator of the SA25M says: “Being an engineer myself, I experienced the need for a higher quality sound at a faster and more efficient rate. I knew it wasn’t anything on the market that would satisfy my needs, so I had to create it”.

RC With SA25M

“However”, he continues, “I was not sure about the timing of releasing the SA25M during a world in distress. My thought was, this is a premium speaker. Is it needed when the economy is in upheaval? But my phone continued to ring with inquiries, so the motivation to bring the SA25M’s into fruition was immediate and necessary.”

The SA25M is designed to cater for near and mid-field applications, with a Minimum Diffraction Enclosure and advanced Directivity Control Waveguides. These features should help position the SA25M even in difficult acoustic environments. The SA25M has a wide frequency response thanks to six drivers and DSP technology, boasting stable and balanced low-mid frequency reproduction, with a defined mid and high-frequency response. SASA&DF has received positive feedback from esteemed engineers and producers, including Billboard top charting producer, Chuckey Charles, and Grammy-winning mix engineer, Jeremiah Adkins.

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