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EVE AUDIO SC3010 Monitors

We always recommend throwing a large proportion of your budget at your monitors. John Pickford checks out some of the more expensive in Eve’s range to find out why…

Choice 9/10 MusicTech

Accurate monitoring is one of the most important aspects of recording music. Get it wrong and when your tracks are played elsewhere, they can sound poorly balanced – either overly bright or dull as ditchwater. The key is – ensure that your monitors work well in your mixing or mastering room.

Designed and assembled in Germany, Eve’s SC3010 is a large three-way main monitor that has been designed for use in professional studios or larger project studios. They need space to work properly, so if you work with a DAW setup in your box bedroom, these are probably not the monitors for you. Given space, however, they offer full-range monitoring and an impressive range of user-adjustable parameters, for the sort of money you’d spend on quality mid-field designs.

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The new issue of MusicTech is all about mastering your music, and mastering it for everywhere! These days you have to master for various outlets so your music needs to sound professional not just in the studio but online too. We have guides to the whole process, the whys, and hows. We also interview leading mastering engineers about the joys of vinyl mastering and other challenges modern mastering experts face. There's well over 1GB of free samples on the DVD plus 2 hours of tutorials and a bumper set of reviews and workshops too. Make music and master it now!