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Fieldwork Works with Unity Super Rocks

Northern Irish songwriter, musician, producer and recording artist, Johnny McDaid, member of alternative rock band Snow Patrol, upgraded his personal studio in London, Fieldwork Music, with Unity Audio’s Super Rock near-field monitors.
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London, UK (December 2, 2016)—Northern Irish songwriter, musician, producer and recording artist, Johnny McDaid, member of alternative rock band Snow Patrol, upgraded his personal studio in London, Fieldwork Music, with Unity Audio’s Super Rock near-field monitors.

“The first time I heard the Super Rocks I was shocked at their depth and clarity,” says McDaid. “The sound was unbelievable, especially given their size. The audio is crisp and clear, no matter what level I have my volume set at. In my studio, I typically work for hours on end. I never get tired of using my Super Rocks. They are truly in a league of their own and I couldn’t recommend any other speaker since purchasing this pair. Whether I am mixing or tracking, the Super Rocks cover it all.”

Unity Audio’s Super Rocks are a larger-format active 2-way model that feature a sealed cabinet design. The Super Rock has an 8-inch woofer compared to the 6-inch woofer from Unity Audio’s Rock MKII. It also features a larger folded ribbon tweeter from Mundorf and, as with all products in the Unity Audio range, also contains Class A/B Tim de Paravicini-designed amplifiers.

McDaid began as a singer/songwriter of the band Vega4 and was the first person to sign to Snow Patrol’s publishing company, Polar Patrol Publishing. He went on to play guitar and piano and sing backup vocals for Snow Patrol. His songs have been featured on many television shows and have been used for many HBO network season campaigns.

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