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I used to have a setup with the KRK6 monitors and these ones, so I could hear my productions at different sets. I ended up selling the KRK6's because they tend to sound to bold and aggressive instead of honest and linear like the Adam A7's. They've got a really clean sound and pack quite a punch when it comes to the low-end.
"My desktop Mac is an eight?core Intel with 8GB of memory, and I have Apogee Ensemble for going in and out of the computer, and Brent Averill BAE 1272 and BAE 312A preamps, plus a Universal Audio 1176 compressor. Almost everything I track goes through the 312A, then the 1176 and into the computer. Everything else is done in the box. My master keyboard is a Roland A37, my monitors are the Adam 7s, and I recently acquired an Adam Sub 8 bass speaker. My room has some acoustic treatment, with stuff above my head and in front of me. I also have a large selection of analogue keyboards, organs, Moogs, ARPs. I love these things and I have about everything from the '60s and '70s. I've sampled many of them in Logic's EXS24 sampler, so I have a bunch of unusual and imperfect?sounding sounds that I can use for writing and arranging.”more
Love my monitors!
Very manipulative monitor with crystallized hi-fi and over-driven. mids bit missing and more suitable for slow and non electronic music i think. also can by amazing as home theater speakers... overall i will not recommend them to an electronic producer. powerful. bit expensive. having said that still sound, built and feel like an top end equipment. 6/10