In this series over the extended Christmas holiday, we are featuring 5 interviews from our growing archive of interviews, all of which you can find on our Interviews page.
Back in December 2012, Russ Hughes had an extended chat with Andy Munro from Munro Acoustics and they talk about Shure, The Rolling Stones, the early days of home recording, plus of course lots of discussion around studio acoustics.
Pro Tools Expert has a long relationship with studio design guru and respected acoustics expert Andy Munro from Munro Acoustics.
Over 30 years Andy has earned an enviable reputation designing studios for Coldplay, AIR Studios, Metropolis Studios and more recently the new flagship BBC Broadcasting House in London.
Andy Munro began his career in audio in 1972, working as an engineer at Shure where he ended up designing systems for venues, and where he worked with artists such as Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones as well as prestigious clients including the BBC.
With his own company, Munro Acoustics, he has worked for some pretty illustrious clients like Sony and Disney, designing many notable studio installations across the world, not to mention becoming one of the founders of Dynaudio Acoustics in 1990. With the Munro Egg System Andy re-entered the home, project and professional studio worlds with a monitoring system which we reviewed back in 2014.