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Our SC4070 has been selected as a
Technical Excellence & Creativity (TEC) Award Finalist
in the category of studio monitors.
The SC4070 is a no compromise studio monitor that redefines versatility and utmost clarity in sound reproduction. The eye catching central and massive silver aluminium plate houses midrange woofer and AMT tweeter and is designed to rotate to position these monitors vertically or horizontally.
The TEC Award is widely recognized as the highest honor dedicated to the pro audio and sound recording industry. Finalists were selected from a pool of hundreds of entries and from an international committee.
Becoming a nominee for the prestigious TEC award is a great honour for all of us at EVE Audio.
Peter Lagoda is a former bass player from Germany who now works mainly as a mixing and mastering engineer but is also a music producer and musician.
Peter used to have a stereo set-up with EVE Audio monitors in his studio and converted it completely to a Dolby Atmos system. Today he works in his studio with three SC4070, eight SC205 and one TS110.
"I decided to go with EVE Audio because of the balance of having fun listening to my mixes but having always the confidence to know what’s happening in my mixes because they are so honest."
"The AMT creates a wider sweet spot for your listening position. You don't have to stick with your head in one position, you can move a little bit…without loosing your stereo image."
"And the low end, man, the EVE Audio's they have sooo much power in the low end without being hyped."
Joe Stratton – aka Bothelbows, is a musician and sound engineer based in the USA. In 2021 Joe had the good fortune of being granted an artist residency at The Mill at Vicksburg, an enormous old paper mill in southwest Michigan, US recently saved from demolition, ready to be rebuilt as a world-class event space, brewery, and live music destination. The proposal presented was centered on Joe's desire to construct an ambisonic listening chamber, where spatial audio could be heard in all its three-dimensional glory. He thought that The Mill, still in the early stages of its rebirth, would be the perfect setting to cultivate some audio wonder. On his first visit he was astounded by the vast, yawning hallways and gaping subterranean spaces. Each new room presented its long brick reverberation as a tappable source of creative inspiration and potential.
The chosen venue was an approximately 500m² room in which to build the system. After an arduous process of auditioning different sets of high-quality speakers Joe decided to fill the room with an array of EVE Audio SC307s. While many speakers he tried could produce full and powerful responses, the EVE's stood out as astonishingly detailed and uncrowded. Precise and expansive without harshness in the highs or any hint of mud in the lows. He designed the set-up based on the maximum listening distance of the EVEs as midfields: eight carefully placed SC307s in an octagon, each 2.5m from the center. One pair of Eves sounded great, but four pairs were unbelievable.
More information and details about the project can be found on the BeliEVEr page.
Manuel Knigge is an audio engineer, producer and musician. He is based in Berlin, Germany and his studio is located in a bunker from WW2. Consequently his studio called the "Audio Bunker".
In the "Audio Bunker" Manuel uses
as main monitors. It took him couple of weeks to get used to the speakers because they sounded different to the speakers he had before.
But the more Manuel listened to the SC3070 and the more he learned how they work the more he learned to love them. Today Manuel sums up that he feels he doesn't need as much time as before to create depth to his mixes.
"What also really excites me about the speakers is the stereo image is crazy. The vocals, when they are in the middle they are spot on in the middle, they jump in your face literally."
"With the SC3070 why in god's name would I need a subwoofer? Because the low end that comes out... is just insane!"
Michael Lattanzi is an US American Songwriter, Producer, Mixer, Re-mixer and Film composer based in Lejper's Folk, Tennessee, U.S.. Here he owns Lattitude Studio South, an amazing studio that uses EVE Audio SC203, SC407 and SC408.
Michael opened the doors to Lattitude Studio South, talks about all the gear he uses and praises his EVE's: "They are unbelievable!" Please join the studio tour.
In Lattitude Studio South Michael Lattanzi recorded and produced Megadeth's Grammy award-winning "Dystopia" album, among others. One of the latest productions is Carrie Underwood's and Jason Aldean's brand-new song "If I Didn't Love You". The song was recorded in Lattitude Studio South and the video was shoot over there.
Award-winning engineer Shadab Rayeen, who is very much known for his mixes with renowned Bollywood Music composers such as Pritam, Amit Trivedi and others has finished constructing his dream studio in the heart of Bollywood – Andheri West, Mumbai, India. A project that first started as the idea to accomplish from stereo to 5.1 has ended in a new Dolby Atmos music 7.1.4 mixing room. It's India's first Dolby Atmos Music studio and the first Dolby Atmos Music installation in the world that is exclusively equipped with EVE Audio studio monitors.
Aditya Modi, Modi Digital's Director
A typical Dolby Atmos Music Mix room is a 7.1.4 system containing 7 speakers at ear level all around at specific degrees, Shadab's New Edge studio has now 3 working studios. One of them is a stereo mixing room in which a pair of EVE Audio SC305 has been installed. But with no doubt is the star-attraction the specialised Dolby Atmos music room in which three SC305 and eight SC207 have found their new home as an immersive surround speaker system. Next to the sound system other attractions are for instance the motorized sit-stand desk to work comfortably for long hours and an outboard gear rack that is impressively is filled with compressors, EQ's, reverb units etc. that Shadab all uses regularly depending on the music.
Please visit the BeliEVEr page for more information on the New Edge Studio.