[NAMM] Chameleon Labs returns
Chameleon Labs is back, and the NAMM appears as the perfect occasion for the company to present its all-new range of analog gear.
In 2014, Chameleon Labs was acquired by Marcelo Vercelli, whose 25-year resumé in the audio business includes being an engineer for RCF and Mackie, co-founding KV2 Audio and working at Event Electronics.
Rooted in Seattle’s recording culture, Chameleon Labs was originally founded by Brian Cornfield and Garth Hedin who were also running a seminal pro audio store. The original business idea was pretty simple--to build classic audio gear at an accessible price point. With the company's moniker being “Analog for the Digital Age”, it should then come as no surprise that Chameleon Labs makes analog gear in the classic tradition while aiming at both enhancing performance and making their products accessible.
At the NAMM, the brand will introduce a couple of new mic pre’s, a single-slot and eight-slot 500 Series powered chassis, along with a stereo VCA compressor and a 500 Series EQ. Chameleon Labs will be at Hall E, Booth 1771.