We're big fans at Unity, and I'm honoured that Royal Blood have been using our Unity Audio monitors for all of their albums from start to finish! Thanks to engineers Tom Dalgety and Jolyon Thomas, both existing Rock users who turned the guys onto Unity Audio!
The Rocks are the only speakers I truly trust. They're a pleasure to listen to, but sufficiently accurate that you make informed decisions. I've been working on them for a decade and can't imagine that changing any time soon!
The Boulders have really changed my mixing perspective. Iíve never found a pair of speakers with such a clear top end and true low end.
They have fantastic midrange accuracy without being overly flattering. Showing up every detail theyíve become an integral part of my mixing process.
Ever since I shared a studio with a friend a while ago who owned a pair of Rock MkIIís, I caught the Unity Audio bug and theyíve become my go-to monitoring! They have such a flat and honest sound, they instantly expose gaps or clashes in the mix and they really helped me gain more control over my mixes.
Long-standing die-hard Unity Audio Rock MK-II monitor user Lucas Pimental recently added to his setup, not only a pair of the new Rock MK-III active 2 way monitors, but also a pair of the new smaller Mini-Rock 2 way actives as well.
Don Gunn pulls the trigger on a new pair of Unity Audio Rock MK-IIIís.
The updated Rock MK-IIIís take everything that was great about the MK-II version and brings more headroom and an even more accurate listening experience.