EVE Audio Newsletter
Issue #14 | 2015, September

WSL Studio in France beliEVEs in SC307

EVE Audio SC307 - WSL Studio Patrick Guiraud, aka Darkhyrys, is a French musician, arranger, songwriter, producer and sound engineer. He is also lead guitarist in the heavy-metal bands Diamond Eyed Princess, Hegemon and Brutal Rebirth.

Back in 2002, Patrick founded the Wolfsangel recording studio in the South of France. The studio was specialized in heavy metal productions, offering comprehensive services from tracking to mastering over arranging and mixing. After several years of successful business activity, the Wolfsangel studio closed its doors for a facility upgrade.

The new studio opened again in 2014 with new analog and digital equipments and was renamed WSL Studio. The new facility is attracting a wide range of new clients, ranging from metal bands to folk musicians over pop and rock projects. Given the evolution of audio technology, giving musicians the possibility to record at home, the need of tracking services is decreasing so that WSL Studio is now focusing on reamping, arranging, mixing and mastering.

For the new WSL Studio, Patrick Guiraud needed a more powerful monitoring system. After checking a lot of monitoring solutions, he went for a pair SC307 3-way monitor speakers and explains his choice as follow:
"The control room at WSL Studio got a very accurate acoustic treatment but it is quite small. For this reason I needed an accurate, high-definition monitoring system. I went for a pair of EVE SC307 and a high-grade acoustic correction system.
The EVEs blew me away as soon as I powered them on, even before setting the acoustic correction system! With such a balance, clarity and definition, I was able to hear absolutely everything. But the most impressive thing was the low-frequency accuracy!!! For the first time, I could clearly hear and feel the different frequency bands in the low end. And after setting the acoustic correction system, the SC307s just proved to be sound precision giants!"

Goodluck from Cape Town, South Africa beliEVEs in SC407

EVE Audio SC407 - Goodluck Goodluck is the chart topping electronic band from Cape Town, South Africa with just 2 albums released they've already notched up 6 number 1 hits in their home country. The band tours extensively and their reputation as one of the hardest working bands is a fitting one with their shows around Africa and 3 months of every year spent in Europe.

Their second album "Creatures of the night" was recorded in the Namibian desert, using extraordinary recording techniques and includes recording and sampling of zebras and the ocean. An incredible use of the echo of the Fish River Canyon created the "most expensive delay in the world".

In their state of the art Cape Town studio producer Ben Peters relies on his SC407's: "I hadn't heard about these monitors when they were introduced to me first time. But the design made me curious and Mike from Rockit Distribution brought them to my studio for an audition. We plugged them in and the clarity and definition was astounding, I was able to hear things I'd never heard before!"

Ben continues to say: "Having the SC407's in our studio for the last year has been a revelation, not having to struggle through a mix to find the issues speeds up my work flow and I cant imagine life without them."

EVE Audio SC3010 nominated for 2015 Resolution Awards

EVE Audio SC3010 - Resolution Awards Nomination We are excited to announce that our Main Monitor SC3010 is nominated in the Monitoring category of the 2015 Resolution Awards.

With this prestigious award quality and innovation is rewarded. Please find all nominees here. Voting closes middle of September and winners will be announced in October 2015. We cross our fingers for our SC3010!

Good to know

EVE Audio - One-Knob Control Why does the LED ring around the front knob blinks?

A blinking LED ring indicates an input overload of the A/D converter, independent from the chosen SPL. Please reduce the output level of your source down to a max value of 7dBu and level the listening volume of your speakers with front panel knob.

In the spotlight: our Passive Monitor Router PMR 2.10

EVE Audio PMR2.10 Our Passive Monitor Router PMR 2.10 offers an easy way to connect up to ten pairs of monitors to one or two sources and switch (for A/Bing) between the speakers:
On the back of the 19" EVE Audio PMR 2.10 you will find two analogue balanced stereo inputs and ten stereo outputs, all using 6.3mm (1/4") TRS jack sockets of the highest grade.

Key Features
  ►   19" Passive Monitor Router with 2 ins and 10 outs
  ►   High-quality TRS jack sockets
  ►   Remote control with sturdy speaker selector
  ►   Input selection on the front panel
  ►   Front panel with LED indicators showing the selected source and speaker
  ►   Remote 7-segment digital display included
  ►   Made in Germany

Next trade fairs

Trade show Date Town/Country Location
SME September 12th Stockholm, Sweden
Music China October 14th to 17th Shanghai, China Booth no. E4E52
Broadcast India October 15th to 17th Mumbai, India Booth no. D 425-2
SAE Alumni October 22nd & 23rd Berlin, Germany Studio 2
AES Oct 29th to Nov 1st NYC, USA
InterBEE November 18th to 20th Tokyo, Japan Booth no. 1616
Music Production Expo November 20th & 21st London, UK Booth no. 44

Issue #14 | 2015, September

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