M&K at The Grammy's
Posted on 02 May 2016
Long time friends John Harris, Mitch Maketansky, Joel Singer, and Jay Vicari opened Music Mix Mobile in the spring of 2008. The four developed a unique business model, along with a new state-of-the-art mobile recording facilities and flightpack systems.
M3’s mobile mixing facilties were designed to accommodate the vast demands of high channel input, multi-performance television and audio productions. M3 provides broadcast mixing services for some of the biggest events in the US such as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies, GRAMMY Awards and CMA Awards. Three of M3’s trucks, Eclipse, Voyager and Horizon have been upgraded to M&K Sound speakers.
The three front channel (L, C ,R) duties are handled by the M&K 2510P monitor, a self-powered version of the M&K Sound S-150 used by discriminating residential audio/video enthusiasts around the globe. Two M&K 1611P powered monitors are used for the rear surround channels while two X-10 push/pull configuration powered subwoofers accurately reproduced all the bass on the stage.
After the Grammy Awards broadcast, Music Mix Mobile’s Chief Engineer Joel Singer commented, “We want to acknowledge the hard work and outstanding effort by all crews and vendors on the (Grammys) show, but have to single out M&K Sound. The imaging, tonality, and sonic presence of the M&K Sound speakers are a welcome addition to Music Mix Mobile. We couldn't have been more thrilled with the control room sound and how it translated to the broadcast world.”
Music Mix Mobile offers superior audio solutions for capture and broadcast which transcend industry standards and continue to exceed their customers’ expectations. The company strives to create and maintain long lasting relationships based on commitment and trust.
Learn more about Music Mix Mobile here.