‘What’s in There?’ Company Shows Roswellite Ribbon Microphones - Radio World

‘What’s in There?’ Company Shows Roswellite Ribbon Microphones

Ribbon microphone manufacturer Crowley and Tripp announced plans to introduce a new type of ribbon microphone at the 123rd AES Convention in New York that uses proprietary Roswellite material as the ribbon element.
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Ribbon microphone manufacturer Crowley and Tripp announced plans to introduce a new type of ribbon microphone at the 123rd AES Convention in New York that uses proprietary Roswellite material as the ribbon element.

Roswellite is an acoustic nanomaterial that has applications in medical ultrasound and sound recording equipment, including ribbon microphones.

The advanced material was developed at Soundwave Research Laboratories Inc. in Ashland, Mass. Crowley and Tripp hold patents and have additional U.S., European and Far East patents pending covering their proprietary Supermatter advanced materials and Roswellite advanced materials.

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