Moon-soo Park is a Korean recording, mixing and mastering engineer. Also known as "Easternsound," he is pretty well-respected among members of many online music communities in Korea.
Park started his career as a songwriter and used to outsource all the mixing and mastering of his productions. But one day, while passionately writing pop songs and music for video games, he started to grow an interest in the technical aspects – the decision to learn how to mix and master himself was a turning point in his career.
Once his own studio –
LoudBell Studio –
was fully operational, Moon-soo started working with many musicians in various genres. Within 10 years he has engineered close
to 2000 songs, an impressive number on all accounts, especially for such a relatively short period of time. And, as if that
weren't enough, he also lectures at Record Factory, one of Korea's largest studios and engineering academies.
As of lately he has been involved, among other things, in the mixing and mastering of the original soundtracks for the highly popular "Yuknyongi-narsha" TV series and the blockbuster "The Priests 2015."
LoudBell Studio, Moon-soo Park and
Sound n Music –
EVE Audio's exclusive distributor in Korea – have a deep-rooted
relationship. They cooperate closely on many professional music projects and, thanks to the support and coordination efforts of
Sound n Music, lots of well-attended seminars and lectures are being regularly served to the Korean music community.
The career expansion and networking opportunities provided by such a well-equipped studio as LoudBell can't be neglected.
When asked about EVE Audio speakers, Moon-soo Park spares no praise: "They always deliver a remarkable high resolution that never fatigues my ears. I also love the very transparent high frequencies and tight low end, which is quite unique to EVE."
LoudBell Studio relies on a 2.2 setup with a pair of
SC307 and two
as main monitoring system, plus a pair of recently acquired
for desktop monitoring.
Park explains, "When I was setting up the studio, I tried a subwoofer to improve room acoustic. Adding one more sub was the perfect solution for me because it effectively removed resonances in certain frequency ranges. Ever since, I always recommend my clients and friends to try a 2.2 EVE Audio system."
Now, with the arrival of the SC203s, Park's workflow has changed a bit: "When my mix is almost done I always double-check on the SC203s. If it sounds good, I'm done. I frequently check my mixes only on the satellites, without the subwoofer. The result is very consistent and the speakers translate extremely well to other systems."
Park enjoys a lot the sound he gets from his EVE speakers and trusts them 100%.