Germany (July 23, 2019)—Audio engineer Federico Ágreda Álvarez, better known as masked Drum & Bass producer Zardonic, recently installed a pair of PMC result6 nearfield monitors in his studio in Germany.
“You can’t make mix decisions based on what you are not hearing,” he says. “I’m thankful that PMC has been able to bring down its signature sound to such a small format. I think it is crucial, regardless of what genres you are working with, to have a pair of monitors that give you the quality you need and with these monitors that is exactly what I’m getting. I feel very privileged to have them.”
Born and raised in Venezuela, Ágreda is an award-winning keyboardist, DJ, composer, producer and remixer, but is best known for his one-man rock-infused electronic dance music DJ project, Zardonic, that encompasses glitch hop, breakbeat, electro house, dubstep, drum & bass and hardcore techno with metal guitars and vocals.
Alongside his Zardonic DJ career, Ágreda has also remixed projects for artists such as Bullet For My Valentine, Nine Inch Nails, Pop Evil, Gorgoroth and Japanese band Crossfaith. He has also produced American country, rock and pop acts, created the main theme for NBC Sports Network’s World Series of Fighting and is featured in the video game Warlocks vs Shadows. His latest album, Become, has reached the top of lists on iTunes, Tower Records Japan and the Deutsche alternative charts.
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