Nashville, TN (November 15, 2013)—Michael Wagener, known for his production on albums by Dokken, Mötley Crüe, Skid Row, Metallica, Ozzy Osbourne, Megadeth, Testament, Poison, King’s X and others, has been using ADAM S3X-Hs loudspeakers in his studio’s main room.
Wagener’s Nashville-based WireWorld Studio typically works with bands that play what he calls, “the usual melodic hard rock kind of stuff. We’re always busy these days, I’m working with Jerry Gaskill, the drummer from King’s X on his solo album; Lordi, a hard rock band from Finland (Michael produced their new album To Beast Or Not To Beast); the debut album from a New York band named Tempt Station from NYC, and Marija, an amazing singer from Canada who’s recording her third album with Shadowstalk. It’s crazy right now, but a lot of fun.”
Wagener still relies on a pair of ADAM S3X-Hs for WireWorld’s main room. “I’m very happy with those, and I have ADAM A7s upfront in studio B, and the S3As, my first pair of ADAMs, in the listening room in my house.”
“My ADAMs sound very detailed and they ‘dissect’ my mixes, so I can put stuff in the right places. When I take the mix outside of the studio, it sounds very nicely glued together and it’s the same mix on any speaker system. Sometimes it even sounds better than it does in the studio, and that’s exactly what I want. I don’t have to listen to it in my car or other rooms, then go back and change it.”