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GRAMMY-Nominated Producer John Schneider Relies On AKG K240 Studio Headphones
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For the last five years Schneider has been recording and mixing the unique music of Harry Partch with his band, PARTCH in his studio with the help of the K240 headphones.

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Nominated for a GRAMMY for Best Classical Compendium in 2013, producer John Schneider has relied on Harman’s AKG K240 headphones.

For the last five years Schneider has been recording and mixing the unique music of Harry Partch with his band, PARTCH in his studio with the help of the K240 headphones.

The band’s most recent 3-disc album – Partch: Bitter Music – was produced by Schneider with AKG headphones as they offer the “most realistic sound” available.

Harry Partch was an innovator in the world of classical music, creating custom-made, unique instruments, including the Boo II, Quadrangularis Reversum and Harmonic Canons, among a vast list of others, which play notes scaling a 43-note octave. 

Bitter Music was recorded and mixed at the Architecture studio in Los Angeles, utilizing the K240’s recommended to Schneider when he was a radio broadcast engineer.

He adopted the K240 headphones for their true sound during recording and playback. 

“I wanted the flattest, best and most realistic sound when I was in the studio,” Schneider said. “There is no other type of music like the sound of Harry Partch, so to understand the beauty of the scales and intricate instruments, the sound must be exactly as it was intended.

“AKG’s K240’s are honest, with no extra sound boosting.  Other headphones are used for that experience, but the K240’s provide me with the true sound of a mix; everything I put into it – no more, no less.”

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