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Producer Felix Klostermann Utilizes PMC Monitors

Monitors play a role in 16-track studio where Klosterman handles a range of projects as well as product reviews.
A look inside the Berlin studio

German producer Felix Klostermann is utilizing a pair of PMC MB2 passive studio monitors at his 16-track studio in Berlin, where he mixes a variety of projects for and with artists — and, in the role of editor and author of online magazine bonedo — he also uses his studio to review a range of recording and MI products.

“My studio is built around an SSL Matric and Maselec MTC, with a large collection of high end outboard equipment,” Klostermann explains. “I also own a lot of drum machines and some vintage synths. Having the PMC MB2 system has really helped with my reviewing work as I can now do quick demo mixes for YouTube that are just on point.”

Klostermann, who bought his PMC monitors through the company’s German distributor, CMA, says he is quite happy with his studio setup and is busy working on a variety of projects, including mixing his own music that he hopes to release in 2020.

German producer Felix Klostermann in his studio.


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