ADAM go for Gold at the Football World Cup
Appropriately Gauteng means “place of gold”, the studio was originally built in the 90’s and has the distinction of being the first in Africa to have a variable acoustic live room.
Mastermax productions bought the complex in 2006 and have spent a lot of money upgrading and renovating the studio to make it the most renown on the continent.
Co-Executive Producer and composer Mr. Lebo M, (known for his work on the score for The Lion King, Congo, Tears of the sun and many more), arranger Themba Mkhize and Orchestrator Peter McLea have been busy with the world cup music and were delighted with the finished result.
The opening ceremony was watched by a staggering 715 million.
Johan van der Colff from MMX Studios comments: “Since buying our first pair of ADAMs in 2006, we have never looked back. Tonal balance and imaging on the ADAM monitors is outstanding and I just fell in love with the natural sound of the ribbon tweeters and the fact that ADAM does not use digital processing in the monitors to make up for imperfections in the design. I have also enjoyed the smooth true representation the monitors give at both low and high SPL levels.