ABOUT US

We create high quality tools for the audio industry

PULSAR DIGITAL

Who we are

Here at Pulsar, we are truly passionate about audio engineering techniques. We are always thinking about new ways to process a drum, a vocal, or how to get that specific snare sound.

More than 15 years of experience creating high quality audio tools

We have spent the last 15 years creating high-quality tools for some major actors in the audio industry, and our expertise is currently embedded into many widespread audio programs. In 2018, we decided to create our own brand, Pulsar, as we have hundreds of ideas for game-changing audio plugins.

Our aim is to provide new tools by capturing the vibe of the vintage gear we know inside and out, but also to extend these high quality emulations with processing techniques only available in the digital world.

Where we are

Pulsar is based in Grenoble, in the French Alps, an area that is a great mix of uncontaminated nature and high-tech facilities, with many universities, engineering schools, laboratories and start-ups

Niccolo

Niccolo Comin

As a child, I was always mature for my age and very serious, that’s how I became an engineer. Luckily I also became a pianist and a juggler to compensate !

My interest for electronic music led me to work in the field of audio, and I’m proud today to run Pulsar, a collective utopia with the values of humanism and freedom.

François

François Reme

I was 6 or 7 when I took apart my first cassette deck. I remember my dad screaming because I had lost some screws. At the same time he was brainwashing me with the electric albums of Miles.

As far back as I can remember I have combined science and art.

Vincent

Vincent Travaglini

Playing music (clarinet and guitar) since the age of 6, I fell early into the world of audio recording with the discovery of Cubase VST 32 in the year 2000. The plugins became my favorite toys along with my instruments and my microphones.

When I am not programming plugins, you can still find me behind a live or recording console.