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SC203, SC307 & TS108 for LoudBell Studio


LoudBell Studio believes in SC307 + TS108 (2.2 system) and SC203

Moon-soo Park is a Korean recording, mixing and mastering engineer. Also known as "Easternsound," he is pretty well-respected among members of many online music communities in Korea.

Park started his career as a songwriter and used to outsource all the mixing and mastering of his productions. But one day, while passionately writing pop songs and music for video games, he started to grow an interest in the technical aspects – the decision to learn how to mix and master himself was a turning point in his career.

Once his own studio – LoudBell Studio – was fully operational, Moon-soo started working with many musicians in various genres. Within 10 years he has engineered close to 2000 songs, an impressive number on all accounts, especially for such a relatively short period of time. And, as if that weren't enough, he also lectures at Record Factory, one of Korea's largest studios and engineering academies.
As of lately he has been involved, among other things, in the mixing and mastering of the original soundtracks for the highly popular "Yuknyongi-narsha" TV series and the blockbuster "The Priests 2015."

LoudBell Studio, Moon-soo Park and Sound n Music – EVE Audio's exclusive distributor in Korea – have a deep-rooted relationship. They cooperate closely on many professional music projects and, thanks to the support and coordination efforts of Sound n Music, lots of well-attended seminars and lectures are being regularly served to the Korean music community.
The career expansion and networking opportunities provided by such a well-equipped studio as LoudBell can't be neglected.

When asked about EVE Audio speakers, Moon-soo Park spares no praise: "They always deliver a remarkable high resolution that never fatigues my ears. I also love the very transparent high frequencies and tight low end, which is quite unique to EVE."

LoudBell Studio relies on a 2.2 setup with a pair of SC307 and two TS108s as main monitoring system, plus a pair of recently acquired SC203s for desktop monitoring.
Park explains, "When I was setting up the studio, I tried a subwoofer to improve room acoustic. Adding one more sub was the perfect solution for me because it effectively removed resonances in certain frequency ranges. Ever since, I always recommend my clients and friends to try a 2.2 EVE Audio system."

Now, with the arrival of the SC203s, Park's workflow has changed a bit: "When my mix is almost done I always double-check on the SC203s. If it sounds good, I'm done. I frequently check my mixes only on the satellites, without the subwoofer. The result is very consistent and the speakers translate extremely well to other systems."

Park enjoys a lot the sound he gets from his EVE speakers and trusts them 100%.

Sound n Music is our exclusive distributor in Korea. For assistance or further information please contact Sound n Music Co. at +82 2 2058 1226 or Brand manager Ilju Lee and his team look forward to being of service.

SC207 for Hromadske.TV


Hromadske.TV believes in SC207

Hromadske.TV is the first public online TV-station in Ukraine. This broadcaster was founded during the turning point of Ukrainian history in 2013, financed mostly with donations, at a time when video streaming of live events, even without any comments, became the new reporting standard and main source of truthful information. During these revolutionary days a constantly increasing amount of viewers watched live broadcasts. Thus, information about these dramatic events could reach an eager audience despite the efforts of antidemocratic forces to the contrary.
To make all this possible, there needs to be the right mix of technical gear and people who deliver decent content, no matter where it comes from: be it Maidan Nezalezhnosti in Kiev or the studio. One of the experts working at Hromadske.TV is Mr. Konstantin Klekovkin – an audio engineer who also works for the STB TV channel. Among other things, Mr. Klekovkin was also responsible for the sound during the castings for the artist who will represent Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016.
We had the pleasure to interview Mr. Konstantin Klekovkin to learn more about his way of working.

What do you use the studio for?

Konstantin Klekovkin: From this control room we broadcast Hromadske.TV. That means all audio, including microphone and musical background, is controlled from this console. We also make live broadcasts for our first national TV channel and four other Ukrainian TV channels. And we always count on our SC207 for sound monitoring.

Why did you choose EVE Audio's SC207s?

K.K: I don't work only for Hromadske.TV, I'm also sound engineer at the STB national TV channel. There I had the opportunity to listen and compare different models of studio monitors. And it turns out I liked the EVEs best due to their overall characteristics and the DSP functionality.

What are the advantages of the SC207s for you?

K.K: I like the digital control possibilities very much. It's very convenient to be able to control all monitor settings with such precision using one single knob, which is comfortably placed on the front of the speaker.
Plus, the monitors use DSP technology. The analog input signal is converted by a high quality Burr Brown analog/digital converter, which gives us more flexibility and possibilities.

Can you describe the sound of these monitors?

K.K: I can hear every single detail with them. The stereo image is perfect, which is very important. The volume and sound pressure levels that the SC207s provide are more than enough, and we will probably never drive them to their maximum. Look at the master EQ section of our console: we have an almost linear frequency response above 800Hz. Although we did have to adjust the low frequencies a bit due to room acoustics.

Do you have plans to treat your studio acoustically?

K.K: Oh yes. We are considering the installation of acoustic panels that will allow us to improve our working conditions, which will have a positive impact on the end results.

What do you think of the acoustics in the studio's vocal booth?

K.K: We also have plans to acoustically treat the booth. It's an important goal for us to achieve better results when broadcasting the programs. Our aim is to improve the clarity and definition of the speakers' voices.
We still have some areas we need to improve, technically speaking. When Hromadske.TV was founded we focused heavily on disseminating information. Now, our broadcast station is up and running and we can look into improving our working conditions.

If you needed to invest in studio monitors in the future, would you stick to EVE?

K.K: By all means. The monitors are great and for me there is no alternative. Frankly speaking, I've fallen in love with the way they reproduce high frequencies. Not to mention the superb value for money of the EVEs.

InOrganik LLC represents EVE Audio in Ukraine. For a demo or local assistance please contact InOrganik LLC at +380.472.502769 or visit Igor Yusupov and his team look forward to assisting you.

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SC208 for La Distilleria


La Distilleria beliEVEs in SC208

La Distilleria Music Production is an Italian-based recording studio, formerly known as Hatestudio.

Luca Spigato and Maurizio Baggio started with a home studio back in 2002 but only two years later their place was already known as the new Italian "Mecca" for all sorts of indie rock, punk and metal music.

In 2005 Italian punk band "Sun Eats Hours" produced their third album called "The Last Ones" in Hatestudio. Maurizio Baggio continued to produce all their subsequent albums, as well as two more after the band changed its name to "The Sun."

The band "The New Story" (EMI) followed with an EP in 2006. Their album "Untold Stories" got nominated to the TRL Music Awards as Best New Artist in 2007. Their second album "Different Ways" was also produced in Hatestudio, this time in cooperation with Steve Lyon (Depeche Mode, The Cure, Subsonica, Laura Pausini).

In 2007 and 2008, Luca Spigato worked with Daniele Brian Autore on the "Vanilla Sky" album "Changes" (Universal) which became very popular all over the world. Meantime, Maurizio Baggio was mixing engineer for Italian dancehall producers "Ackeejuicerockers" producing beats for the song "Guilt Trip" which ended up making it into Kayne West's sixth album "Yeezus" in 2013.

Maurizio and Luca have been involved in many different international projects since 2013, including The Soft Moon (Captured tracks), Enrico Ruggeri (Universal), Merchandise (4AD), EMA (Matador), DolDrums (SubPop), and Ninos du Brasil (La Tempesta).

Maurizio Baggio and Luca Spigato remember how they got to know EVE: "In 2012 someone suggested us to try out the new EVE SC208s and compare them to the studio monitors we had back then. Our first impression was great! Thanks to the Air Motion Transformers the high frequencies were very fast and precise, while the low end sounded astonishingly deep and powerful due to the newly designed bass reflex ports. WOW! The SC208s have never left our control room ever since!"

Sound Wave Distribution represents EVE Audio in Italy. For a demo or local assistance please contact Sound Wave Distribution at +39-0422 887465 or visit Franco Turesso and his team look forward to assisting you.

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