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Music tech firm acquired, moves to Two Harbors

Audiofile, a digital music application developer founded in the Twin Cities, has moved to a "remote woodland outpost" near Two Harbors as the 13-year-old company has been acquired by product development firm Krekeltronics."As Audiofile and I have...

Audiofile, a digital music application developer founded in the Twin Cities, has moved to a “remote woodland outpost” near Two Harbors as the 13-year-old company has been acquired by product development firm Krekeltronics.
“As Audiofile and I have already been working together for quite some time, I’m keen to make it official and carefully foster what is already a fine, well-regarded brand,” Patrick Krekelberg of Krekeltronics said in a news release.
Audiofile bills itself as a “leading macOS and iOS audio company,” and the move north comes as co-founder Matthew Faust is “fascinated by the coexistence of sustainably managed wilderness and high technology.”
“Our dedicated customers should be very excited about what this acquisition means for them as the products and services will be in good hands,” he said in a release.
Audiofile’s musician-focused products include Fidelia, Vio and Audiofile Calc.

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