Before we get into today’s review, a little history on my studio background is probably applicable. My first job in the pro-audio world was being a studio-tech for a local university. My job consisted of setting up mics, running cable, supplying blank CD’s to the engineer, etc. The bulk of our work was recording recitals for music majors, choir concerts, orchestral concerts, and student projects. Over time I progressed and became a senior studio engineer, essentially meaning I got to boss around the guys running cable, and the sound quality of the final product, good or bad, was my fault.