Dave Robertson and Jordan Ross, music editors on the Netflix’s The Get Down, use SMB-02 and MUSICLIFE!

The PHONON SMB-02 Studio Headphones are impressive.

Dave Robertson and Jordan Ross are engineers and music editors on Netflix’s The Get Down

Dave Robertson and Jordan Ross are engineers and music editors on Netflix’s The Get Down, a new series surrounding a group of teenagers living in the South Bronx in the 1970s during the formative years of hip hop. The show is a non-stop musical cornucopia, integrating period source music, turntablism, original score and contemporary placements. Outside of film work, Dave and Jordan both are Brooklyn-based audio engineers, collaborating with artists and bands, local and international. Dave is also a DJ and Jordan a drummer, performing regularly in the New York music scene.

 

Dave Robertson (Brooklyn, NYC)

Cameo Culture Music
http://soundcloud.com/cameoculture
https://www.facebook.com/CameoCultureMusic/?pnref=lhc
Dangly Studios
https://www.facebook.com/danglystudios/?pnref=lhc

 

Jordan Ross (Brooklyn, NYC)

www.JordanLRoss.com
about SMB-02

my absolute favorite thing about the SMB-02’s is the sound!

Dave Robertson about the SMB-02:

The PHONON SMB-02 Studio Headphones are impressive. I use them for reference monitoring during mixes in the studio, and also when i work as a music editor on The Get Down. Apart from the robust design – which is handy for me since i now travel with them to almost every job – my absolute favorite thing about the SMB-02’s is the sound! It is such a nicely crafted product, and with great clarity across the whole frequency spectrum, it really is the whole package for me as an audio professional. 

What a difference!

Jordan Ross about the SMB-02:

The other day, I compared the SMB-02s to the classic Sony MDR-7506s that I and thousands of film/post audio engineers have sworn by for years. What a difference! So much richer, detailed separation, and suddenly there’s a low end! It’s like night and day.

about MUSICLIFE

Dave Robertson about MUSICLIFE:

The PHONON MUSICLIFE is a great referencing tool in the studio when you want to shift away from NS10’s or your main reference monitors. Although it has a similar shape to an actual boombox, the fidelity of sound is surprisingly good, and the added bluetooth functionality is pretty handy as well – no cables required!