Cambridge, MA (April 3, 2019) – iZotope has acquired Exponential Audio’s product line of digital reverbs, and the latter company’s founder, Michael Carnes, has joined iZotope as a Research Fellow.
Exponential Audio’s product line includes the R4, PhoenixVerb Surround and Symphony, and are intended for use working with both music and audio post production.
Carnes is a long-time software developer and musician. Prior to starting Exponential Audio, he was the creator of Lexicon’s 960L, the PCM96, and the Lexicon plug-ins. Beyond hardware and software development, Carnes holds an advanced degree in classical composition.
“By combining forces with iZotope I know the potential for future innovation is vast,” says Carnes “I am eager to bring Exponential Audio’s expertise, technology, and values to iZotope, and I’m excited to imagine what we can deliver together for our customers.”
Exponential Audio’s products will now be sold through iZotope.com. Current and future users of Exponential Audio products will become part of the iZotope community, and will be supported by iZotope’s Customer Care team.
iZotope • www.izotope.com/exponentialaudioFAQ