Rhythmic Music Conservatory installs Dynaudio
Monday, 20 November 2017
dynaudio-rytmekons-10Dynaudio LYD 7 studio monitors have been installed in 16 rehearsal spaces
Denmark - The Rhythmic Conservatory (RMC) in Copenhagen aims at supporting the creative forces of its students, musicians as well as producers, as they have more than 30 rehearsal rooms that are equipped with recording set-ups, including USB recording interfaces, external preamps, a MIDI keyboard and controller and studio monitors so the students can hook up their own laptop and capture and work on their musical ideas. In 16 of those rehearsal spaces, a pair of Dynaudio LYD 7 studio monitors has now been installed.
“All of the new rooms are prepared with a basic set-up that allows our students to bring their own laptop and simply plug in,” says sound technician, Tim Harris, who took the lead on designing the new rooms. “They have access to record up to 16 simultaneous tracks and since most of our students have a DAW and their favorite sound and instrument libraries on their own laptops anyway there was really no need to install computers with the same software in every room.
“We actually tested five different monitors in the same approximate size and price range and found that LYD 7 was by far the best solution,” Harris continues. “From a pure sound-quality perspective, as well as in terms of coping with the physical space. The rooms are quite small so the monitors are often placed close to the walls, and the‘Position switch on the LYD 7 really works out great in that respect.
“Another important aspect for these new rooms was a significant focus on quality. We knew that it was key to be able to offer the students equipment that is better than what they have at home and also in that respect, the LYD 7 was a great solution for us.”
(Jim Evans)

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