5th November 2015
Rudimental chose Unity Audio Boulder MKII’ monitors for private studio
We are extremely proud to announce British electronic band Rudimental have purchased Unity Audio Boulder MKII active reference monitors for their private personal studio. Brit award winners Rudimental have had enormous success since their first U.K. number one "Feel the Love," in 2012. Their debut album “Home” arrived in 2013, which saw the band working with some of the finest talent including Emeli Sandé. The album went straight to the number one spot in the U.K. album chart. Chart success continued for the band into 2014 with the U.K. number one single “Waiting All Night,” The band etched another hit in early 2015 with a collaboration with Ed Sheeran. In early October the band released their second album “We The Generation” to much critical acclaim. The album features collaborations with Dizzee Rascal and Bobby Womack amongst others.
After extensive listening sessions the band collectively agreed that the Boulders were perfect for their production and writing setup. The combination of fast deep accurate bass, crystal clear mids and high end detail was deemed ideal for the bands electronic based music.
“ We’re loving our new Boulder MkII monitors. They sound great, can’t wait to make music on them. We highly recommend them!” Piers Aggett - Rudimental
The Boulder is a critically acclaimed 3-way nearfield / midfield active monitor that features dual 8 inch SEAS woofers and a unique dual concentric ELAC 5 inch mid range and 50Khz folded ribbon tweeter. The sealed cabinet uses Baltic Birch plywood and a huge 30mm Corian front baffle. Amplification is provided by four discrete bi-polar class A/B custom designed by amp guru Tim de Paravicini of Esoteric Audio Research.
Unity Audios MD Kevin Walker “ I’m absolutely delighted Rudimental have chosen our monitors for their personal studio. The Boulder with its sealed cabinet design is a perfect mix tool for dance music, most other monitors just aren’t fast or accurate enough for the demands of electronic music producers, especially with bass heavy material.”