After graduating from Warsaw’s University of Technology with a Master of Science degree in Studio Electronics and Acoustics, Michał Jurewicz left his native Poland and moved to the United States. He worked in two legendary New York City recording studios — the Hit Factory and Skyline Studio, forming many working relationships and friendships in the NYC audio-engineering community that have continued to this date. He developed a series of Analog-to-Digital converters that improved the quality of digital mixes. Nearly all recordings by Mariah Carey, James Taylor, James Brown, The Chic, Laurie Anderson, Lou Reed, recorded at Skyline Studios in the early 1990’s were recorded with prototype Mytek analog to digital converters. In order to commercialize his hardware designs, Jurewicz founded Mytek Technologies in New York in 1992. Mytek’s goal has always been technological innovation aimed at preserving the highest possible sound quality during the recording process. It was Mytek’s leadership position in professional audio since 1992 that convinced MQA, Ltd. to make Mytek its first standalone-hardware technology partner. For further technical information, please visit the Mytek Digital website at www.mytekdigital.com.