With the price of hardware plummeting, many electronic musicians are now rocking dual or even triple-monitor setups on their studio machines. When working on a song, a second display can dramatically increase your productivity - as you can work on two tasks full-screen rather than having to switch between two views all the time, or split one screen in half to multitask.
If you have considered using room correction software but remain unconvinced of its benefits then this interview from Sonarworks with Jonas Westling is worth a read.
Working with such luminaries as Lady Gaga, Newton Faulkner and Paul McCartney, it’s not surprising that this Grammy-nominated mix guru is another Swedish export worth remembering.
What happened when a top post production engineer took a 7:1 system made up of PreSonus monitor speakers? Find out more.
In this review Paul Drew shares his thoughts on the Presonus Scepter S6 monitors.
Paul Drew reviews the Trinnov ST2 Pro Room Analysis & Optimisation system.
In this quick tip, team member Michael Tomblin talks about the benefits of mixing at lower levels.
The team at PreSonus have produced a nice primer for those new to studio monitoring. The free studio monitoring guide includes; Selecting the right monitors, positioning your full-range monitors, calibrating your full-range monitors, room acoustics, and adding a Subwoofer
Whether visiting an arena gig, club or a movie theatre, there’s nothing more impressive than feeling that low shaking sub bass rumble in the sound. When returning to a home studio using desk top or near-field monitors you may think that your mixes all sound a little thin and may want to try and reproduce that big system sound.
However tempting this may be, if you are not careful adding a sub to your home monitoring system may do more harm than good. Here are some things you need to consider if you are tempted to add a sub to your home monitor system.
The team at PreSonus have posted a video of their new R Series Monitors.
PreSonus say about the new R Series Monitors:
The R65 and R80 feature a custom 6.8-inch2 Air Motion Transformer (AMT) tweeter that responds to the subtlest waveforms and the highest frequencies. This allows you to hear the “air” and the greater sense of space that is characteristic of audiophile recordings. The R series’ transparent and highly accurate sound makes them ideal for use in both commercial and home recording studios as well as broadcast and post-production environments.