Composer/producer 'astounded' by PMC speakers' clarity

Award-winning British Asian musician, composer and producer Kuljit Bhamra MBE (pictured) used PMC monitors exclusively during the mixing of a new album by singer Shahid Abbas Khan.
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Award-winning British Asian musician, composer and producer Kuljit Bhamra MBE (pictured) used PMC monitors exclusively during the mixing of a new album by singer Shahid Abbas Khan.

The new full-length release, Heartfelt, was mixed entirely on PMC TB2SA mk2 monitors at Red Fort Studios, London.

Upon first hearing, Kuljit Bhamra commented that he was “immediately astounded by the clarity at both the top end and lower mid-range. I can see myself falling in love [with] them very soon!”

Speaking to PSN-e, Bhamra added: “The PMCs present a whole bandwidth that my existing nearfield monitors don't even have!”

The album’s launch coincides with new BBC TV series, Goldie’s Band – By Royal Appointment, in which Shahid is featured.

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