Miami, FL (December 17, 2020)—Whether working with an award-winning recording artist or mastering soundtracks for film, Colombian-born audio engineer Maria Elisa Ayerbe has long used KRK reference monitors.
“Having spent a great deal of time in recording studios from a young age, I’m no stranger to high-performing, professional studio gear — and my KRKs definitely fit the bill,” says Ayerbe. She currently uses the KRK V4 Series 4 powered reference monitors and 8s powered subwoofer in her home studio.
“Despite the smaller size of my KRK V4s, the low end of the monitors is super accurate and pairs really well with my KRK 8s sub. All the of the elements feel in place. The stereo imaging is excellent, and the Kevlar tweeter makes a huge difference as it has a ton of detail without being annoying.”
In addition to her KRK V4 studio monitors, Ayerbe has also used KRK Systems’ ROKIT 5s, V8s and V6s over the years. “KRK will always be a reliable choice,” she says. “If I want accurate playback from a reference monitor, I know I can depend on KRK for everything I mix. Whether I’m tracking for music or film, KRK is the way to go. Plus, the monitors are super easy to calibrate to your environment and have an extremely wide range of options for EQ.”
Now, more than ever, having access to high-quality equipment at home is crucial. “Over the past few years, especially as music production equipment has become more accessible, we’ve watched many commercial studios close their doors as more and more producers transition to a home studio setup,” explains Ayerbe.
“Many artists prefer working out of producers’ home studios. Now, with the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s no longer a preference — it’s the only way to work while remaining safe. With manufacturers like KRK, it’s easy to deploy high-quality gear and master tracks at home.”
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