Biggleswade, U.K. (December 9, 2015)—Jun Inoue, aka Silky Voice, the producer behind Japanese super groups Arashi and KAT-TUN, recently completed construction of his home studio, which includes PMC’s flagship BB5 XBD-A monitoring system.
“I chose PMC BB5-XBD-A speakers because my favorite musicians such as Stevie Wonder, Prince and Afrojack, and many other respectable artists who make wonderful dance songs, were using them,” he says.
“I also wanted a speaker that could generate rich, middle-low frequencies. I have spent many hours in Japanese studios, but the only studios that satisfied me were the Victor Studio 202 and LAB Recorders B-Studio. I believe fully monitoring the mid-low range throughout the whole production process is the key to making audiences move their bodies. This is why, when I decided to build my private studio, PMC's BB5-XBD-A speaker came to mind first—because it has beautiful mid-low range.”
He has recently been working on projects for Yasuha Kominami and HaKU, while also overseeing the production of all Japanese artists' content for Tokyo Tunes, a site created to promote new Japanese artists and songs through their YouTube channels and iOS app. Inoue’s debut album, Crystal, released under the name Silky Voice, will shortly be available on iTunes.