PreSonus

PreSonus

Jim Odom and Brian Smith founded the company in 1995 with the goal of building professional and affordable music production tools for musicians and audio engineers. PreSonus began in Jim’s garage and moved to the second floor of Causey’s Furniture in downtown Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where it stayed its first three years. Its first product, the award-winning DCP8, digitally controlled 8-channel compressor/limiter/gate, holds a patent for analog control over digital circuitry. Truly ahead of its time, the DCP8 was designed for the studio engineer to insert 8 channels of analog compression with the ability to save, recall and automate settings which where features only found in mixing consoles costing more than $100,000. At Causey’s location, PreSonus designed and built the ACP8, an analog version of the DCP-8, the BlueMax two channel tube compressor, and the ACP22 dual compressor/limiter/gate. In 1998, PreSonus moved to its current location at the Baton Rouge Bon Carre Technology Park. Throughout the past decade, PreSonus has developed innovative professional and affordable tools to the music creation industry with the purpose of enhancing the music creation and production process.

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