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The Cadac name has been synonymous with premium quality audio mixing consoles for over 50 years.

Formed in 1968 Cadac derived its name from the first letter of each of the founder’s Christian names; Clive (Green), Adrian (Kerridge), David (Bott) And Charles (Billet). The first Cadac console from the newly formed company went to the legendary recording studio Morgan Studios. Cadac's reputation for superior audio lead to consoles being installed in numerous prestigious recording studios across the globe and were responsible for the superlative audio quality of countless iconic albums. Then in 1984 Cadac moved into the world of theatre, and took centre stage with a bespoke desk for “Little Shop of Horrors” for sound designer Martin Levan, with the dictate it should be of “studio quality audio”. 

From the earliest recording studio desks in the late 1960s to the analogue consoles that dominated the West End and Broadway theatres, right through to digital desks found on global concert tours, Cadac has always set the benchmark for audio quality. In fact, there are few brands that can match Cadac’s unparalleled pedigree in the world of professional audio.

With an enviable heritage and unmatched reputation in audio, Cadac is currently focused on implementing the latest technology coupled with an advanced user experience that meets the ever-evolving demands, for both creativity and un-compromised audio quality, of the audio professional.

It is, therefore, Cadac's mission to design intuitive, low latency mixing systems, delivering the highest possible level of audio performance to the professional live sound market.

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