Lexicon is founded based in the wake of American Data Sciences by MIT professor Dr. Francis Lee and engineer Chuck Bagnaschi, who developed digital audio devices for medical heart monitoring.
The award marks Lexicon’s 40+ years of helping make recorded music a reality. We’re happy to get the recognition, but we’re thrilled to keep revolutionizing the art and science of recording for decades to come.
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We’re not new to audio excellence. Lexicon is the gold standard for digital audio in almost every recording studio in the world. And we’ve helped create 80% of the world’s recorded music.
When you own a piece of Lexicon equipment, you know you’re getting technology that’s good enough for the pros, but designed for your living room — the same technology that just earned us a GRAMMY®.
Since 1971, Lexicon has been at the leading edge of technology, helping to innovate both professional and consumer audio. From the world’s first commercially available digital effects processor to the new Automatic Room Equalization System, each product reflects our love of music and commitment to the artistic process.