Who we are
The Swiss based company Studer is one of the leaders worldwide for professional audio. Founded by Willi Studer in 1948, over the years the company and its brand name Studer became synonymous for broadcasting and recording equipment. Today Studer is able to offer solutions for nearly every application in the field of Professional Audio.
Studer products are invented and designed in Regensdorf / Switzerland. The product range includes equipment and systems for TV / Radio Broadcast, Recording and Production Studios, or 19" components for system applications.
Pioneering the future of the audio industry
At Studer, our philosophy is to continually strive for perfection through
innovative design, Swiss engineering and in-built quality. The net result
of this approach is that we provide our customers in Radio and TV
broadcasting, as well as live installed sound industries with new and
feature-enriched products and training. We have realised this goal
through listening to you, our customers, and implementing your ideas,
be they features, software or engineering-based – along with a few
of our own, of course. Through this approach we have been able to
provide you with the ultimate tools to reach new levels of excellence
when producing programmes and shows.
Studer’s long and successful history is founded on customer service.
We have never lost sight of this fact and realise that it is an important part
of the Studer package when choosing to buy a Studer product. As such
we are committed to continuing our traditions of combining excellent
Swiss craftsmanship, well-engineered innovation and intuitive ideas,
while always keeping the customer's benefits as our main objective.
The constant evolution of ergonomic user-interface technologies,
combined with leading-edge digital signal processing, has resulted in the
most efficient and groundbreaking innovation, namely the 'Vista' series
of digital mixing desks. By focussing on the human aspects of operation,
a product has been created that is not only intuitive, efficient and
reliable but also a pleasure to use.
As digital audio information technology develops it has enabled a higher
degree of system integration. In broadcasting, the digital mixing console
is no longer seen as a standalone product but as an ergonomic point
of access to digital audio data in a fully integrated digital audio system.
Today the OnAir 3000 and 'SCore' platforms provide the basis of the
most flexible and networkable systems for a fully digital broadcast chain.