EPROM has turned more than a few heads in his climb to the top of the bass music world. He is one of the West-Coast scene’s most colorful artist in the electronic music game today. When in the studio, he depends on his MicroMain45s to translate his mixes accurately so they sound as good as the do in the club as they do in a home and car stereo system.
IN EPROM’s OWN WORDS
In a studio monitor I basically look for clarity and transparency, the ability to accurately reproduce what’s going on in the mix. And on the other hand, they have to be musical and they have to be fun to work with, because I’m a producer. I’m not a mix engineer, or a mastering engineer. So, clarity for me has to be balanced by a musicality and nuance and the sort of, fun factor of producing music on them.
I’m using the MicroMain45‘s now and they absolutely kick ass in both of those respects and it’s completely changed the way that I approach the mix now, because I’m hearing things that previously I could only hear on headphones.