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SC207
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SC307+TS110
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SC203+SC407+SC408
Berlin Producer Trio
SC208
Bob Spencer
SC307
Callum MacColl
SC207
Cam Bluff
SC407
Chevy One
SC203
Chrysanthemum Bridge
SC307
Crada
SC307
Craig Carter
SC208
Creative Audio Works
SC407
Cutfather
SC407+TS112
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SC205
Dazastah
SC307
Dirtcaps
SC407
DJ Daniele Danieli
SC407
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SC208
DJ QuestionMark
SC207
Eldar Djangirov
SC305
Fullframe Studio
SC407
Funky Viva Productions
SC407
Goodluck
SC305
Gwenael Damman
SC205+SC207+TS112
Hauptwerk Systems UK
SC207+SC408
High Tide Studios
SC207
Hromadske.TV
SC207
Hull College Group
SC305+TS108
Hyoung Woo Roh
SC207
Jangwon Kim
SC307+SC407+TS112
JLMx Studio
SC407+TS112
Johnny Yim
SC207+SC305+TS110
Joy Art Studio
SC205+SC207+SC208
Kingston College
SC307+TS112
La Baia dei Porci
SC208
La Distilleria
SC307
Les Liens du Son
SC203+SC307+TS108
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SC307
Łukasz & Adam Sztaba
SC207+TS108
NoizeBusters Studio
SC207+SC408
Onkio Haus
Polish BeliEVErs
SC307
Pughouse Studios
SC407
Randy Copus
SC205+SC307
Record Factory
SC407
Red Loft Studio
SC207+SC208+TS108
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SC407
Route94
SC207
Sear Sound Studio
SC208+TS112
Sepura
SC407
Shake Down Studio
SC305
Shigeo Aoki
SC203
Super Changddai
SC207
Thundabird Studios
SC307
Tom Olbrich
SC407
University of Northampton
SC305+TS108
Village Recording Studio
SC407
WireWorld Studio
SC3010
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SC307
WSL Studio
SC3010+TS110
W & W

KoreaHyoung Woo Roh

Composer

SC305 & TS108

Hyoung Woo Roh is a Korean composer who started his career back in 2000. His main focus is on composing soundtracks for Korean movies, TV series and even video games. As music director for various genres of film and TV series he represents Leading Tone, one of the most renown group of music directors in Korea.

Roh had been testing different studio monitors for some time to try to find the ones that met his needs best: They had to be powerful in every frequency range with a very natural and transparent sound reproduction. His quest came to an end when he found the perfect setup in the form of a pair of SC305s coupled with two TS108s. At first he wasn't too sure about the use of a subwoofer, but once he tried the SC305s with the subwoofers there was no turning back – the 2.2 EVE Audio system was the way to go.

"To me the 2.2 system with the SC305s and TS108s is the most perfect monitoring system and definitely my favorite," asserts Roh, before adding: "They are the perfect choice, also when space is limited and/or the room is not perfectly acoustically treated."

The 2.2 system is very helpful especially when composing orchestral music: "The system offers a wider stereo image that helps me position the instruments properly and easily. Their flatness never fatigues my ears, and their moderately powerful punch helps me check sounds accurately and within a very reasonable time."

With regard to the subwoofers added to the system he comments: "I started with one TS108 only. However, while working on several and especially widely scaled music (such as musical programs for film and TV dramas) I understood the advantages of a 2.2 system. For example, there is a big difference between stereo-monitoring and mono-monitoring of sources under 120Hz frequency. For stereo monitoring on 8" woofers or smaller, I often used to rely on my personal sense. But with two subs in the 2.2 system I can effectively and properly monitor low frequencies (40~120Hz) for the most correct results."

Recently Roh worked on the entire music for the Korean TV series "Marriage Contract," broadcast by MBC, one of the three biggest broadcast networks in Korea. "This 2.2 system always makes me feel safe when monitoring my music for the series. I know I can count on my EVEs and trust them fully. Big thanks to EVE Audio – and, I promise I'll keep on working on music!"

For Hyoung Woo Roh's discography (in Korean), please click here.



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