I end up working in all types of acoustical environments and my KRK’s always sound great. They reproduce an accurate, full range sound that has plenty of punch coupled with crystal clear highs that produce a very up close and personal experience.
Angie Rubin has enjoyed a multifaceted career starting out playing bass guitar in an all-girl band at age 15, moving over to a staff songwriter position for Almo/Irving, (A&M Records publishing division at the time), and ending up as a sought-after music editor for more than 45 feature films, including Sex & The City 1 and 2, My Sisters Keeper, Pitch Perfect, Fifty Shades of Gray, and Dolphin Tale 2.
She came to rely on KRK speakers after working on the upcoming feature release, LOL, starring Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore. "I was asked to be the music editor for LOL and had the opportunity to visit music producer Kerry Brown's recording studio," says Rubin. "I was invited to listen to the music mixes so that I could make sure we had all the splits covered for matching the film edits. It is here that I first heard KRK monitors. I had been looking for a great monitor speaker for a while and, as soon as the mix came through the KRKs, I was in love with the speakers."
The computer-age has changed the entire workflow for music editors. Rubin now sports multiple computer systems; one in her home studio, a laptop and a 48-channel system in a travel case for location work. The missing element, however, was a great sounding, sonically reliable monitor system. While Rubin works on location and at studios, she is usually set up in a side room or office area and really relies on KRK monitors to deliver high-quality sound.