RAW 8320 and 8330 monitors plus a 7360 subwoofer deployed in “next-generation” studio built largely by the students at the university’s Gilley Recording Studio facility.
Producer, singer, songwriter and guitarist Juan Pablo Vega steps up to ROKIT 8 G4 studio monitors.
Spatial audio pioneer Herbert Waltl’s new facility includes a former recital room outfitted with an 18-loudspeaker KH Line studio monitor system.
Update offers new features and improvements due to next-generation AutoCal 2 automatic room calibration algorithm that’s designed to deliver more precise frequency response in far less time.
Upgrade by founder/owner Maxe Axelsson to the mastering studio employs 8351B coaxial three-way monitors and a W371A adaptive woofer system.
Both models have an aluminum inverted dome tweeter that’s designed to provide broader sound dispersion, joined by a proprietary Slatefiber cone driver chosen for its neutrality and dynamics.
Approaches to making them feel like they’re playing together in a room without headphones, able to hear and feel each other clearly in an atmosphere of creativity.
Once you’ve gotten down the basics of the signal flow, the next step is designing how your monitor system is setup. In this episode we run an in-depth overview for common setups for wedges, side fills, subs and in-ear-monitor setups.
The 6th episode pulls together an overview for the standard signal paths for monitoring, including the connections and routing from the stage, the connections for wedges, wireless in ears, and even wired in ears.
Also includes built-in live video monitoring to operate as an audio/video QC platform for applications such as TV stations, broadcast trucks, transfer stations and houses of worship.