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AustriaGwenael Damman

Producer, engineer, musician

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Austrian Distributor 4 Audio has announced a sale of a pair EVE Audio SC305 to former bass player and leader of the Christina Stürmer band Gwenael Damman.

Gwenael Damman also played live and/or on album with Nina Hagen, Dave Stewart, James Burton (Elvis Presley), Neil Taylor (Tear for Fears, Robbie Williams), Harold Faltermeyer (Axel F, Top Gun), and many more.

Currently (June 2013) he co-produced Ulla Ihm's debut album "Ulla Ihm" (Globart Records) with Harold Faltermeyer, and he also mixed and mastered Neil Taylor's album "No God like Rock'n'Roll" (Earcatcher).

Damman said: "My thoughts about EVE Audio? Easy! Trusting The EVE SC305 leads to the best quality of your mixes.
If you want to have a chance to get your mixes under control, then EVE audio is the first choice. And if your mix still sounds not good, it definitely doesn't come from the box. Those monitors give you a chance to hear clearly all frequencies of your mix. Mids and highs are there, and, what is surprising for such a small monitor, the subs too. Those monitors do not sound "nice", they just do not lie. They are linear, and deliver a true stereo image. Nowadays, those monitors are enough to make sure your mixes will translate well to every common speakers, or to your car radio. Eve gives you the right balance on every frequency... So if it is there, it is in your mix, if not, it is missing in your mix! If your mix sounds good with EVE, you are good to go... for mastering. Another point: this quality would have been unaffordable few years ago. The technology in those monitors is just out of price. Now that the loudness war is getting at its end, it is time to go back to monitors able to deliver a true dynamic range. At high, or low volume... all the frequencies are here.
Eve... Now you can trust your ears!"

Photo 2: M. Werner / Photo 5: Planet Guitar


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