Rhythm Café’s Brando Triantafillou, in front of the studio’s new ATC monitors
Brando Triantafillou, partner, composer and engineer at Chicago’s Rhythm Café commercial music facility, recently chose and installed ATC SCM10ASL Pro active speakers for its Studio A.
“The mid-range is very accurate,” says Triantafillou of the ATC monitors. “I’ll be using a subwoofer in conjunction with
SCM10s, but even without the sub, the monitors really give me an accurate, un-hyped representation of the audio while tracking and mixing.”
Rhythm Café, a nine-year-old facility specializing in music for radio and television that is located in a late-19th Century brownstone in the city’s River North district, principally produces music for radio and television commercial work, and also handles sound design projects. “From time to time, its also nice to use the facility to record and produce music that is longer than 30 and 60 seconds,” says Triantafillou, who recently completed a jazz trio session in Studio A.
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