imgMinneapolis, MN (February 7, 2013)-The Hideaway Studio in Minneapolis has upgraded its Control Room A monitoring system with a pair of ATC SCM25A Pro monitors. The new ATC monitors replace Tannoy DMT System 12 speakers, which have been moved and are now being used in Control Room B.
"As an engineer, I need to be able to hear every sound that is coming out of the speakers without any question or doubt for accurate critical listening," said The Hideaway Studio owner and founder Joe Mabbott. "This new monitor system upgrade provides me with a detailed definition across the frequency range for a genuine understanding and perspective of what is happening throughout each recording without any second guessing."
“When I have independent engineers and producers working out of our studio, they need to feel confident that what they are hearing in the control room will translate to the outside world without any question," he said. "These ATC monitors lend peace of mind, providing a great level of trust and accuracy for true monitoring."
Among the Hideaway Studio clients using The Hideaway Studio's monitors is Engineer Josh Gudwin, who has recently worked with such artists as Jennifer Lopez, Hitboy, and Kuk Harrell and used the monitors while tracking Dan Kanter, Justin Bieber's guitar player, musical director and co-producer for Bieber's new record, Believe Acoustic. "The ATC monitors made it really easy to capture the sounds I wanted, without the guessing," says Gudwin. "It was nice to have these at The Hideaway since it was my first time working there."
The Hideaway Studio