Started by Stuff, November 28, 2002, 04:09:31 AM
QuoteThe frequency range on MSP5 is claimed: 50Hz to 40kHz. But I don't know if that is reliable values? How do I get an (actual!!) certification of the frequency response-values??
QuoteIf you watch in Liam's studio [well, I think you already have.. but just in case: www.theprodigy.com ;-)] I think he uses MACKIE HR624 (or maybe HR824, I'm not sure) as near-field monitors Than he has those big Woofers... but one thing i learned on a quick visit at Sae-Institute in Stockholm was: that first of all - the mix must sound *good* on the small monitors.I don't know if that's just a "mainstream-music way of mixing" but I think it makes sense.
QuoteSo...? The woofers is just a nice toy when the mix is ready, to satisfy our needs of booming bass :-) Am I right??
Quote(and of course - by switching the subwoofers on, we get a picture how the complete mix sounds on a Club/big PA)/ Greetings from Stuff
Quotedunno, guys.. first all, i'm not that rich to choose, secondly, i've got little another opinion about monitors. i prefer usual kind of monitor sound, some good mini hi-fi component systems (i like sony stuff here). why? because then i hear the sounds as all usual people hear it. when i'm doing a tune i hear the same that other peeps will hear. but that's my imho of course.
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