EVE Audio Newsletter
Issue #20 | 2017, March

Woodbine Street Recording Studio beliEVEs in SC3010 main monitors

EVE Audio - Woodbine Street Recording Studio Woodbine Street Recording Studio opened its doors as a commercial studio back in 1981. Based in the idyllic town of Leamington Spa which enjoys a Royal town status, the studio has seen many artists and bands come through the doors over its 35 years.

Woodbine Street Studio owner and Producer John Rivers recalls some of the highlights of his long-established history as a recording engineer. "My 1st lucky break I guess was engineering The Specials - Ghost Town, back in 1981, but it was working with the band Dead Can Dance during the 80's and early 90's that things really took off. The band sold lots of records in the US and Europe, and so the royalty cheques started coming in nicely. Thank you Dead Can Dance, you helped me pay for the studio and town house above." John comments: "During the build stage, this basement studio underwent some serious isolation measures which involved laying 30 tonnes of dry sand onto the basement ceiling to dampen vibration from the house above". John explains "This was reconstruction on a grand scale back in 1981, I would imagine in today's prices this type of job would cost well over a million pounds". The studio offers -84dB of sound isolation and rumble from outside noise is non-existent making it ideal for concert grade recordings.

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Ben Collier at Metropolis Studio beliEVEs in SC307 and TS110

EVE Audio - Ben Collier at Metropolis Studio Our UK distributor Nova Distribution took a visit down to Metropolis Studios in Chiswick, London, UK, where Producer, writer and arranger Ben Collier has found his new home in the basement studio of the complex, previously occupied by Drum and Bass aficionado Roni Size.

One thing that welcomes you immediately into the space is the smell of incense and feeling of calm and zen. I think this studio wins our prize for most inspiring space. A truly great place to get creative!

We asked Ben to give us a little trip down memory lane and share his journey so far:
"My music career started when I was 14 after doing a week's work experience at Olympic Studios in Barnes shadowing their runner. I spent my last day as an assistant/runner during an Atomic Kitten vocal session for producer Ash Howes. A few months later when I was working a summer job washing up in the studio kitchen, Ash saw me and offered me an apprenticeship as an assistant for their team. We spent three months in Studio 3 before moving from Olympic to Stanley House Studios' Studio A and B in Acton."

For the entire BeliEVEr story please read on here.

delamar reviews EVE Audio SC205

delamar reviews EVE Audio SC205 German online trade publication delamar reviewed our 2-way studio monitor SC205.
We have some excerpts for you:

"A lot of fine technology in a confined space ensures a balanced, finely resolved and impressive spatial sound. With the front volume and filter controls the box is very conveniently to use, and with the exceptionally attractive appearance, it becomes an eye-catcher in audiophile work and living rooms."
"In terms of sound quality SC205 is doubtless one of the best studio monitors in that price bracket and size."
"Fantastic stereo sound, finely chiselled dynamics and tonal well balanced - the EVE Audio SC205 is a real top-notcher."
"The inherent noise is pleasantly low. [...] Perfect."
"Outstanding spatial sound reproduction."
"Sonically the EVE Audio SC205 is a real recommendation for mixing and mastering in high-level home recording or project studios [...] perfect for composition, video editing and listening to music, gaming or watching movies and much more."
"The comfortable handling and neat design make this compact speaker stand out from most of its competitors (in the studio environment)."

The review in full length and German language is available on Delamar's homepage or here.

In the spotlight

EVE Audio in Korea Our CEO Roland Stenz and sales and marketing manager Kerstin Mischke have visited Korea where we were warmly welcomed by our Korean distributor Sound n Music.
In Seoul, Korea we held several seminars, met for an interview with editors from Koreans leading magazine Professional Audio and visited Seoul based dealers. Next to that we have very much enjoyed the Korean hospitality, culture and cuisine.

You can find our trip report in English here. We also have a video here from the EVEnts in Korean with English subtitles available, and last but not least for all who can speak or read Korean is here the interview with Professional Audio.

If you happen to be in Seoul, Korea between May 16th and 19th don't miss to meet EVE Audio at KOBA show. This fair is held in COEX convention center, Hall A, C, D This fair is held in COEX convention center, Hall A, C, D and we look forward to welcoming you.

Good to know

EVE Audio - Lattitude Studio South Mid of February the annual Grammy Award ceremony took place in Los Angeles, US. After a dozen nominations, Megadeth finally won their first Grammy for best metal performance for "Dystopia", the title track from their fifteenth studio album.

That album was recorded in Lattitude Studio South, Nashville, TN, by engineer Michael Lattanzi, who is a strong BeliEVEr since long and mixes and produces on... EVE Audio's SC407.

Congratulations to Megadeth for winning Best Metal Performance at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards! Congratulations also go to their recording engineer Michael Lattanzi at Lattitude Studio South!

Next trade fairs

Trade show Date Town/Country Location
Audio Video Show March 31st to April 1st Prague, Czech Republic Room 474
Superbooth April 20th to 22nd Berlin, Germany Room H520
Koba Show May 16th to 19th Seoul, Korea TBA
149th AES May 20th to 22nd Berlin, Germany TBA

Issue #20 | 2017, March

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