DAT and Mojave Audio

DAT is very proud to announce that for all future recordings - we will be working exclusively with Mojave Audio!

Dusty Wakeman with the Mojave team reached out to us and we had the fantastic opportunity to sit down with him at NAMM and take a look at their products and what can we say...we were impressed and excited to be able to use these microphones on our upcoming projects this year!

We're blessed to use the same wonderful microphones as Producers and Engineers for artists like Wayne Shorter, Collective Soul, Jewel, Black Crowes, REM, Abe Laboriel Jr., Ziggy Marley - the list goes on and on!

Check out their products and really take a few minutes to read about David Royer and his company:



'Painstaking attention to detail...' David Royer

What makes Mojave different? A Mojave microphone's journey begins and ends in Burbank, CA. US made Jensen transformers and NOS (new old stock) tubes are shipped offshore and mated to capsules and bodies, according to David Royer's design specifications, at a highly respected factory that David has worked with for over 15 years. All Mojave microphones are constructed with respect to David's unprecedented research and attention to electronic design and quality. After assembly, they are shipped back to Burbank for extensive QC inspections. Prior to packaging, every mic is burned in for 24 hours, tested and personally listened to by David.

Very few companies (and none in Mojave's price range) invest so much in the audio components. The high quality Jensen transformers alone, cost more than many import mics. The NOS tubes are military spec. The FET's are top quality and the resisters are custom made. At Mojave it's a given that no sacrifices are made in the critical signal path electronics.
This hybrid of domestic and overseas manufacturing allows us to make superb microphones that are affordable without compromise.

David Royer is one of an elite group of microphone designers who know that music and sound are inseparable from electronic design. Everything David designs comes from his deep, lifelong love of music. David is best known for his ribbon microphone designs with Royer Labs, which have won three TEC awards and a prestigious Technical Grammy Award.