Sam Spoons wrote:Yes, why not a pair of Tannoy Reds (other vintage classic monitors are available) to impress the clients on the sofa and a pair of Neumann KH120/310s to do the real mixing on?
But I do get your desire to 'do it properly' and I suspect you wouldn't be satisfied with anything else (I wouldn't once I'd set my heart on some large soffit mounted monitors) chuck an Auratone or two on the meter bridge and you're in studio heaven :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
All fair points.....and I do want to do it properly. We are constructing a room from scratch, making a high, vaulted ceiling with lots of air to move so the acoustic recordings are top notch, getting the space professionally designed & acoustically treated to pretty high standards, so definitely don't want to put PA speakers in there!!