Atlanta Artist LOCS Lets the Good Times Roll With KRK Studio Monitors

KRK ROKIT and CLASSIC Monitors Provide Versatility for Production and Mastering of the Rapper/Producer’s Newest Releases

Rapper, Recording Artist, and Producer LOCS first found his passion for music in college. Between writing, producing, and touring, he has since fully immersed himself in everything the industry has to offer, looking for new ways to advance his career. After landing a number of impressive sync placements, including features on HBO Max’s “The Hype” and Freeform’s “Grownish,” LOCS turned his focus to his latest project: his new single, “Good Time.” As with all his past releases, LOCS once again relied on KRK studio monitors, which most recently included the ROKIT 7 G4 and CLASSIC 7 monitors.  

“KRK has been all over my releases since I began making music,” LOCS explains. “The producer I worked with when I first started had KRK ROKIT 8s in his studio, and that was the first time I really got to hear them in a professional setting. Now that I’m working on new music, I’ve been using my ROKITs and CLASSICs in my studios in Los Angeles and Atlanta. They were especially useful on my most recent EP, ‘Arrival,’ which I released last September. Having the ability to use both lines has been a game changer for me.”

This versatility is key for LOCS, who prefers to rely on each of his sets of monitors for different applications. “If I was doing just production, I would use my KRK CLASSIC 7s,” he says. “Those studio monitors are perfect for when I want to listen to straight instrumentals. They are a little bit warmer and provide great coloration. For things like mixing and mastering, the KRK ROKIT 7 G4s are my go-to. I get a really nice, neutral tone from these speakers, which is why they are ideal for my mastering, mixing, and as an all-around solution. Having the option to switch back and forth between these two lines has really allowed me to open up and get what I want out of my music.”

LOCS also has tested other leading brands for his workflow and says that the variety in sound afforded by KRK CLASSICs and ROKITs is something he can’t find anywhere else. “The KRKs have just been great,” he shares. “Nothing else has hit for me like the KRKs have; the sound they give off has become so natural and familiar. I see myself continuing to use the brand for a very long time.”

LOCS is so dedicated to the brand that he most recently added the KRK GoAux Portable Monitor Solution to his setup. As someone who bounces between his studios in Atlanta and Los Angeles, he says that a pair of mobile speakers was the perfect addition to his workflow. “The GoAux are definitely going to come in handy,” he adds. “I know I’m going to have them with me all the time because I love how they make it possible to work on the go. Since the GoAux are specifically designed for mobile production, I know that I’ll be able to keep my music quality where I want it, no matter where I am.”

As LOCS continues putting out music and traveling across the country, his KRKs will continue to remain by his side in the studio and on the go. “These GoAux are perfect for me,” he declares. “I can only imagine what kind of convenience they’ll provide. All my work in the studio this past year has been with ROKITs and CLASSICs, and I can’t wait to add the GoAux to the mix. For me, there’s no reason to have any other speakers―the KRKs serve all the purposes that I need. Just know that when I have music coming out: if it’s made by me, it’s made with KRK.”

Listen to LOCS’ latest single, “Good Time,” on Spotify, Apple Music, or any major streaming platform. Plus, stay up to date with LOCS on Instagram and Twitter.

Italian Musician Lapo Consortini Finds Versatile Production Solution with KRK GoAux

The Portable Monitor System Offers Consistent and Accurate Audio in the Studio and on the Road

Italian Musician, Guitarist, and Producer Lapo Consortini’s career started with a computer science engineering degree and a passion for music, and has since turned into an impressive résumé of skills for studio and stage productions alike. Consortini has molded a unique position for himself in the music industry, relying on his transversal knowledge of engineering, songwriting, recording, and production to establish connections and participate in various live and recorded projects. With such a diverse lineup of work, Consortini recently turned to the KRK GoAux 4 Portable Monitor System for consistent and accurate audio, no matter the location or task.

“I am always on the go for projects, covering a lot of artists and different musical genres,” Consortini explains, “and the GoAux 4 are easing my workflow immensely. Within seconds, I can easily set up the speakers and establish the ideal sound using the integrated ARC system. They also work easily with a laptop and provide good sound pressure and full-range fidelity, even in a small hotel room, with no compromise on audio quality. It’s incredible how they sound in lower ranges without having to set undesirably high volumes.”

The GoAux are a welcome addition to Consortini’s setup, assisting him on various editing and mixing projects. Most recently, he prepared the arrangements, programming, and backing tracks for Italian pop band Modà’s current tour, which features a live orchestra accompaniment. He has also arranged and produced numerous jingles for various Italian radio stations, in addition to recording and mixing the latest single for Italian singer-songwriter Paola Turci. “I’ve been very satisfied,” Consortini says of the KRK GoAux. “The monitors keep me safe in the reviewing process of all my mixes. When you reach that perfect connection with the sound of your speakers, you know you can expect accuracy and transparent audio from all your music.”

While Consortini only recently got his hands on the GoAux, he has long been familiar with KRK as a brand. “I’ve been using KRK for over ten years now,” he says. “Throughout my career, I have tried many different KRK lines and series, from the ROKITs and retired VXT series to the original Exposè E8Bs. Even when I was first starting out, I would notice the brand throughout Italian recording studios thanks to the bright yellow cones. You can immediately recognize a KRK in a jungle of speakers. These days, I’m hoping to upgrade my studio setup with a new pair of the KRK V-Series 4 Studio Monitors, which provide a very comfortable listening experience compared to other brands I have tried.”

Similarly, the KRK GoAux stand out in comparison to Consortini’s previous, industry-standard mobile studio monitors. “These aren’t my first pair of mobile speakers, but they are the best I’ve seen,” he explains. “Thanks to the minimal and simple connections, foldable stands with inclines, and custom-made carrying bag, the KRK GoAux are ideal for on-the-go work. The GoAux are the perfect size to use on a small surface with my laptop and provide a good and definitive sound while also allowing my colleagues to listen to what I’m producing. I can’t wait to take the KRK GoAux on tour with me.” With Consortini hitting the road alongside Modà and Italian Singer/Songwriter Marco Masini, he is most excited about the benefits afforded by the simple and sleek design of the GoAux. “I am not afraid of complexity; I like my gear to have many features,” he finishes. “Being a modern producer forces you to obtain optimal results in a short time, so I love finding complex yet easy-to-use solutions to help with my work. The KRK GoAux 4’s perfect balance of robustness, simplicity, and versatility provides exactly that.”

Notes for Notes Studios Across the Country Receive Audio Monitoring Upgrade From KRK Kares

Brand’s Lines of Studio Monitors and Headphones are now Found in all 26 Non-profit Studios

Driven by the belief in music’s influence on children’s lives, Notes for Notes (N4N) has dedicated itself to being an answer to the lack of contemporary musical equipment and programs in public schools. For the past 17 years, the non-profit organization has built 26 N4N recording studios, providing the instruments, guidance, and space for young people to create music and realize their artistic identity.

As an early supporter of the non-profit, KRK, through its charitable arm KRK Kares, has provided gear for every N4N studio across the country. This includes N4N’s most recent studio powered by Sony Music Group at the Boys & Girls Club of Metro LA’s Watts/Willowbrook, which was stocked with KRK CLASSIC 7, ROKIT 10-3 G4, and ROKIT 5 G4 Studio Monitors, as well as the brand’s KNS 8402 Headphones. With KRK Kares’ latest donations, every Notes for Notes studio is now equipped with KRK at every level, giving youth at 26 studios across 13 states the ability to produce, record, and mix like the pros while learning the ins and outs of music creation.

Notes for Notes’ most recent studio build at the Boys & Girls Club
of Metro LA’s Watts/Willowbrook.

“Both KRK and Gibson and subsequently KRK Kares and Gibson Gives have been there for the majority of our growth, providing some of the most important gear for our studios,” shares Notes for Notes CEO and Co-founder Philip Gilley. “KRK has provided equipment for our facilities since studio number three. Monitors and headphones are core staples of any recording studio, and we wouldn’t have been able to complete those builds without them. In fact, we always make sure we’ve got those nice big, bright, yellow cones front and center at all our mixing stations.”

The Watts/Willowbrook Clubhouse also features multiple Epiphone guitars and bass guitars, MESA/Boogie California Tweed amps, and a selection of guitar pedals from Maestro Electronics. By outfitting all its studios with Gibson brands, N4N aims to expose young people to gear that is attainable for them. “Younger generations pay special attention to brand recognition, and that iconic KRK yellow cone is hugely recognizable to them. KRK also has a very strong name within the Hip-Hop community, so that connection point between what’s in our studios and what they see on their favorite artists’ and producers’ Instagrams is a huge benefit.”

Notes for Notes’ most recent studio build at the Boys & Girls Club of Metro LA’s Watts/Willowbrook.

Gilley adds that it’s not just the recognizability that makes KRK products an ideal fit for N4N. “Obviously, there’s a quality aspect to consider when choosing KRKs, but there’s also something to be said for the fact that this gear is attainable to young people,” he explains. “The same goes for other Gibson brands, like Epiphone, Kramer, and Gibson guitars. Youth at our studios become accustomed to these brands when they’re first learning and growing, and these are the brands they will reach for when they can afford their first guitar or pair of monitors. Providing gear that’s within their financial reach is very important to us.” 

N4N believes that incorporating reliable and recognizable music-making solutions is a key foundation, not just to every build, but for youth’s musical education. “We’re building environments that visually, sonically, and equipment-wise are something that most youth have never seen before,” shares Gilley. “It may not exist in their community or schools, so they have only seen most of this gear on TV, in the movies, or on social media. Once they get access to this stuff, there is always a ‘wow’ moment. There’s never a shortage of excitement when we crack open the doors to the studio for the first time. If anything, we always have to set the volume at a reasonable level on the speakers because it’s only natural that every young person wants to ‘turn it up to eleven.’ ”

Notes for Notes’ most recent studio build at the Boys & Girls Club
of Metro LA’s Watts/Willowbrook.

According to Gilley, N4N also provides many extra resources to youth. “For us, it’s as much about emotional development as it is artistic,” he adds. “Young people may learn what it’s like to be in a studio and to work efficiently on top-of-the-line equipment, but our producers are also a big influence in their lives. We focus as much on personal development as we do artistic. Music can be the key to unlocking something in a young person that they never imagined they were capable of. Providing a safe and inspiring environment for youth to learn musical skills and develop emotionally means that when they eventually get into a commercial studio, they will be light years ahead in knowledge and experience. Thanks to Gibson Gives and KRK Kares, we can continue to provide these resources in all our studios.”

Schools or non-profit organizations that have a music-based mission and would like to be considered for the KRK Kares giving program should visit Gibson Gives’ Give Music page. Select the “Request a Donation” button to complete the online form and indicate KRK Kares. For those looking to subsidize the program, please select the “Donate” button—100 percent of all donations go towards KRK Kares and Gibson Gives to give the gift of music. For more information on KRK Kares, please visit

KRK ROKITs Provide Versatility and Consistency for Jim Lawton’s Home Studio

Brand’s Studio Monitors Offer Authentic Voicing for the Musician, Producer, and Songwriter’s Cross-Genre Audio Productions

From sync work and music production to songwriting for various genres, British Musician, Producer, and Songwriter Jim Lawton is making his mark across the music industry. The past couple of years have been a culmination of Lawton’s hard work, as he has achieved multiple sync credits with Disney+, Warner, Beatstar, and ESPN while also working alongside a number of genre-crossing artists. As the frontman and songwriter for his rock project Electric Enemy, Lawton recently immersed himself in producing the project’s self-titled debut album, set to release on April 21. To help achieve this, Lawton added a pair of KRK ROKIT 5 Studio Monitors to his home studio, completely upgrading his sound and workflow.

“When I received my ROKITs, I found the difference to be instantaneous,” Lawton says. “Whether I’m producing rock, dance, or pop, the audio quality was immediately noticeable. What I love most about them is that they tell me the truth about what I’m hearing!” In addition to his KRK monitors, Lawton also relies on his Logic Pro DAW and is currently teaching himself to use Ableton to further enhance his production work.

The ROKITs’ ability to handle a variety of genres is what made them an ideal addition to Lawton’s studio and his expansive production and songwriting credits. In addition to writing for and being featured alongside “The Godfather of Garage Music,” Todd Edwards, Lawton also works with No. 1 charting artist Example, Costa Rican musician Patiño, R&B and pop artist Jaki Graham, and rock artist Bang Bang Romeo. With such an impressive roster of artists in his workload, Lawton knew he needed studio monitors that could handle anything that was thrown at them. “I love the ROKITs because, despite their smaller size, they still get the bass tones out clearly, which is crucial for dance, pop, and reggaeton,” he adds.

When his focus changed to his personal work on Electric Enemy’s album, the ROKITs continued to improve Lawton’s production experience. “All of my songs are first laid out in my home studio,” he explains. “From there, we take certain sections to professional studios and work with brilliant producers such as Sam Miller, Pete Hutchins, and Adrian Bushby to build upon that groundwork until it’s strong enough to add drum kits and guitar amps. Setting the foundation is critical, which is where the KRKs come in: when tuned properly to your room with the KRK Audio Tools app, the ROKITs give you very clear highs without ‘control room syndrome,’ where everything sounds great because it’s super loud and bassy.”

Though Electric Enemy’s debut album is being released soon, Lawton has already begun production on the project’s second album, with the ROKITs by his side. “Nothing makes me happier than meeting new people, sitting down, having a laugh, and creating music,” he says. “Album two is a culmination of everything I have learned from meeting so many amazing artists and working in so many different genres. Even in the demo phase, this album’s sound is already there thanks to the KRK ROKITs, as well as my Gibson, Epiphone, and Kramer guitars. There’s no denying that, for all my work, the ROKITs are by far the most important piece of gear in my home studio.”

Find more examples of Lawton’s work on Spotify, HERE.

Luca Guercio Finds Mega Sound in a Small Size With KRK GoAux

Musician and Composer Relies on Brand’s Portable Solution for On-the-road Songwriting Applications

From small, neighborhood performances to touring throughout Europe, Italian Musician and Composer Luca Guercio has been wowing audiences his entire life. Growing up playing a variety of genres, Guercio initially started with the trumpet after being inspired by the works of jazz visionaries like Chet Baker and Miles Davis. But a strong desire to write his own music turned him to the guitar, and before long, he had fallen in love with rock music. Today, Guercio has combined his love for writing and playing, working as a composer for various soundtracks and performing self-written tracks while touring with rock band Meganoidi.

With such an appreciation for the art of songwriting, Guercio expects his gear to provide the same quality, reliability, and versatility that he himself dedicates to his craft. Among these is the KRK GoAux 4 Portable Monitor System, which he discovered while on tour with Meganoidi. “The portability and high-quality sound of the GoAux 4 monitors make them ideal for working on the road with limited equipment,” he explains. “This is my first pair of mobile speakers, and they are making things so much easier for me. I can now manage my time better and work in so many different places that were never an option before GoAux.”

Luca Guercio with his KRK GoAux 4 Portable Monitor System.
Luca Guercio with his KRK GoAux 4 Portable Monitor System.

While on tour, Guercio found himself working on new Meganoidi songs, as well as compositions for the soundtracks of the audiobook, “Come Il Leone e la Farfalla,” and the documentary “Wine On Tour,” both of which will be distributed soon on Amazon Prime. Guercio credits his GoAux 4 monitors as being a perfect fit for these critical listening applications. “The GoAux offers consistently excellent sound quality, which makes them a reliable choice no matter the location,” he adds. “The Bluetooth® function is also very useful—it allows me to use the monitors in any situation, both on their own and with other devices. Now I’m able to work on tour and always have excellent listening quality.”

Although relatively new to working with the brand, Guercio has long been familiar with the iconic yellow and black look of a KRK studio monitor. “I’ve only recently gotten my own space for my production work,” he explains. “In the past, I would go to recording studios, and I always liked the look and sound of the yellow speakers. I get that same sound quality with the KRK GoAux, which has made it possible for me to be much more precise when working on the road.”

Now that Meganoidi’s tour has wrapped up, Guercio is in the planning stages for his next projects. As he looks to the future, he hopes to continue incorporating the GoAux into his workflow, both on and off the road. “I have several projects in mind that I think will benefit from the high-quality sound and portability of the GoAux 4,” he shares. “In my opinion, KRK offers a great balance of quality and value compared to other brands that I have tried. I’m looking forward to using GoAux for my future work.”

Photo Caption: Luca Guercio with his KRK GoAux 4 Portable Monitor System.

Photo Credit: Elisa Casanova. Find more of Elisa’s work on Instagram @elisacasanovafotografa.

KRK GoAux Offers On-the-road Clarity and Accuracy for Tremaine “Six7” Williams 

Artist and Production Manager Crafts Mobile Masterpieces With All-in-one Monitor Solution 

After wrapping up a string of on-the-road gigs with Mariah Carey this past winter, it’s clear that Producer, Stage Manager, Backline Crew Chief, and Production Manager Tremaine “Six7” Williams is no stranger to mobile production. Although he started his career with the iconic music production team Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, working on GRAMMY®-nominated pieces for artists such as Janet Jackson, Usher, and 50 Cent, Williams has since transitioned to the live events world. He has worked on Carey’s Christmas shows for the past nine years, in addition to touring with Bruno Mars and Swedish House Mafia. With such a busy schedule, Williams doesn’t always have a traditional studio to work from, which is why he recently turned to the KRK GoAux Portable Monitor System for reliable and accurate mobile monitoring.

“I’m moving around every day at this point, so I need consistent monitoring everywhere I go, but I also need to be travel-ready,” Williams says. “It’s the little things that help me ― like not having to use an interface. I can just connect the speakers via USB and treat them as an interface. The ARC feature is also great because I’m in different rooms every day, and now I can get a more accurate bass response, which is what I need for the type of music I’m working with. Plus, being able to set up anywhere is a huge help, as is the travel bag that comes with it. With my previous portable monitors, I had to buy the bag and the accessories. The GoAux system comes with everything included.”

The all-in-one packaging of the GoAux system isn’t the only thing that sets them apart from the previous, industry-standard, portable monitors that Williams used. “Compared to my old speakers, the bottom and top-end on the GoAux stand out for sure; they are both so clean,” he adds. “When I run greatest hits mixes, with songs and masters that span over many years, everything is clean, loud, and not distorted. It sounds really good, no matter what songs we jump to. It sounded great when we were mixing, too, and also translated when we moved into a different space. That’s the biggest part for me ― who cares if it sounds great in front of you if it doesn’t sound great when you’re in another space?”

After using the GoAux with his production partner, Daniel Moore, who is coincidentally also Carey’s Music Director, Williams noted that the monitors already made a lasting impression. “We try to match speakers so that when we’re in different spaces, we can still hear what the other person is hearing,” he explains. “The team consists of all audiophiles, so once one of us finds a good product, it benefits us all to have it. Even on our off days, we end up in each other’s hotel rooms working on different projects, so we all need to use the same speakers. I’m sure the rest of the team will also be making the switch to GoAux. My favorite experience with the GoAux so far was when I pulled them out for the first time in band rehearsals ― everybody lost their minds.”

While the KRK GoAux Monitors have his back on the road, Williams also likes to rely on his KRK ROKIT White Noise Studio Monitors and S10.4 Subwoofer for at-home monitoring and referencing. “The way the ROKITs translated in my room, I knew they were it for me,” he says. “The digital EQ on the back is also great; I love having that to show me the graphic EQ, among other options, rather than having to flip switches up and down to find the settings I need. It’s brilliant. But, again, clarity and translation are everything for me. Since I move around so much, it has to translate from space to space. KRK just works exactly how I need.”

Moa Munoz Couldn’t be “Happier” With KRK Studio Monitors

Bassist for Olivia Rodrigo Relies on V-Series Studio Monitors for Consistent, True-to-sound Audio

Swedish bassist and songwriter for visual media Moa Munoz has aspired to be a rockstar for as long as she can remember. With a degree from the Musician’s Institute and touring experience with the indie band Bay Ledges, she has been able to turn that dream into a reality. Today, Munoz is the bassist for pop superstar Olivia Rodrigo and Indonesian singer/songwriter NIKI, and recently wrapped a number of performances on NIKI’s Asia tour. Now back in the studio, Munoz plans to finish crafting her sound for television and film projects and teaching the newest generation of young female bassists.

Munoz’s studio sits tucked in a Los Angeles neighborhood, which she has stocked with KRK ROKIT 7 G4 Studio Monitors for all her visual media work. “This is where I write and teach, where I record my vocals and scream my lungs out,” she says. “I wanted monitors that would be completely accurate―when I write music for film and television, it’s a lot of fun, bouncy basslines mixed with my super bratty, confident vocals. The ROKITs give me a very true sound every single time. Whether I pull up my vocals here or in a different studio, I know they’ll be accurate.”

Even when she’s on the road, Munoz doesn’t want to slow down her mixing work. “I’m a workaholic, and I love what I do,” she explains, “I don’t always write as much when I’m on tour, but I still have my gear with me. I will usually bring my MESA Subway D-350 Ultra-Compact Bass Amp and 2×10 Subway Diagonal Bass Cabinet; the head is so compact that it’s easy for me to bring wherever. But even if I can’t travel with that amp, one great thing about my ROKITs is that the sound quality holds up in the low-end to practice bass: it’s awesome. When I’m on tour, I’ll only bring a very basic set-up because I still need to be able to meet short deadlines and set up in a hotel room or in the back of the bus. I’m looking forward to trying out the KRK GoAux Portable Monitor System for that exact reason.”

After wrapping another tour of rumbly, pop-rock shows, Munoz can’t help but reflect on her journey as an artist. “It really feels like everything has come full circle for me,” she says. “One of my earliest introductions to music was seeing Mötley Crüe live in concert, with Nikki Sixx shredding on a Gibson Thunderbird Bass. After moving to the U.S. as a broke college student, I was using old, gifted KRK ROKIT 5 Studio Monitors. Now, I have my very own Thunderbird, which my tech Skitch and I are so pumped to take on tour, and I’m able to rely on my brand-new KRK ROKITs for my professional production work. I’m just super excited to work with such iconic brands from such an amazing company―the 15-year-old in me is screaming! To now be a part of the Gibson and KRK family is so cool.”

Learn more about Moa Munoz and her work on Instagram at @givememoa.

KRK GoAux Come in Clutch for Italian Producer Giuvazza

Italian Producer, Songwriter, and Musical Artist Giuvazza Maggiore, best known simply as “Giuvazza,” is no stranger to KRK. After being introduced to the brand in 2015, Giuvazza became a loyal user of the iconic black and yellow solutions. A multi-faceted artist who started his career as a guitarist on Italian TV programs before turning to songwriting and producing, Giuvazza knows the importance of having your work translate to listeners the exact way it’s produced in the studio. With KRK’s V-Series 8 Studio Monitors, KNS 8402 Headphones, and GoAux 3 Portable Monitor System, Giuvazza has been able to achieve the consistent accuracy for which he strives.

 Pictured: Giuvazza with his KRK GoAux 3 Portable Monitor System and KNS 8402 Headphones.

“There is no way you can compare KRK with any other brand. First of all, I love the look and feel, especially the distinct colors. I also love that the KRKs reproduce sound perfectly, no matter what kind of studio you have. KRK offers me the faithful reproduction of the sound I have in mind, especially on the low frequencies.”

Gyo Kretz Produces Versatile On-the-go Hits With KRK GoAux

Amsterdam-based songwriter, producer, and performing artist Gyo Kretz strives to be as adaptable of a creative as possible—a fact that is made clear from his extensive musical palette. From pop tunes and hip-hop beats to melodic singer-songwriters and electrifying EDM hits, Gyo prides himself on having worked with a variety of artists and genres, with successful releases on labels such as Sony, Universal Music Group, Spinnin’ Records, and more. As an artist who values flexibility so highly, Gyo expects the same from his studio monitors, and he found this in the new KRK GoAux 4. A portable monitor system that brings studio sound to any location, the GoAux are proving perfect for his on-the-go lifestyle.

Pictured: Gyo Kretz with his KRK GoAux 4 Portable Monitor System.

“The KRK GoAux 4 Portable Monitor System is the perfect example of a great portable and trustworthy set of speakers. They provide just the right amount of boost to make that work-in-progress tune sound extra full. No matter if I’m producing a new single or using them for a spontaneous listening session, the KRK GoAux are simple to use and continue to be a great tool.”

DJ White Shadow Crafts On-the-go Hits for Industry Superstars With KRK GoAux

GRAMMY® Award-winning Producer and DJ Tests Brand’s New Portable Monitors in the Studio and on the Road

Paul Blair, a GRAMMY® Award-winning producer, musician, songwriter, and DJ, is one of the hottest creators in the music industry thanks to his work with the likes of Lady Gaga, Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez, Lil Jon, and T-Pain. Better known by his stage name, DJ White Shadow, this superstar has composed for Gaga’s ‘A Star is Born’ soundtrack and most recently served as music supervisor for the upcoming film, ‘Pierre the Pigeon Hawk.’He also co-founded Sweet Dreams Society, an immersive, artist-in-residence program and creative community for emerging musicians. With so many projects constantly in the works, White Shadow was looking for a mobile monitoring solution that would allow him to produce wherever the industry takes him while also being powerful enough to provide electrifying and reliable sound quality.

When Gibson released the KRK GoAux 4 Portable Monitor System, he knew they would be exactly what he needed. “I spent a good ten days on the road with the KRK GoAux speakers,” he says, “and they are just such a fantastic product. [They provide] unbelievable sound and the portability of them is incredible.” This new professional-quality monitor solution is available in two sizes―the three-inch GoAux 3 and the four-inch GoAux 4 ― and features a compact portable design with Bluetooth technology. A complete nearfield reference monitor solution, the GoAux delivers the same natural and balanced frequency response that has become synonymous with the KRK name.

Between working on the road while touring or squeezing in sessions while traveling to new projects,White Shadow is confident in the GoAux’s ability to impress any client or on-the-go producer. “It’s incredible how much sound comes out of this smaller package,” he explains. “It’s so much better than listening through headphones. I was able to walk away from the computer, let my track keep playing, and move around in multiple environments, from a hotel room, and on a plane, to a regular studio. I could also play music for people and collaborate with [other artists] on the road. I even went to the studio and was able to listen to what the [GoAux] mix sounded like on the [full-size] KRKs, and the translation between the two was incredible.”

Now that he’s gotten a taste of life with the KRK GoAux, White Shadow can’t turn back. He looks forward to further incorporating these monitors into his workflow and sharing the love with any and all interested artists. “Everyone that I showed the KRKs to was like, ‘When did these come out?’ It’s a piece of gear that I’m totally going to add to my travels when I’m bouncing around and working on a project. This is the best quality for a carry-along speaker that I’ve ever encountered.”

Watch DJ White Shadow take the GoAux on his global tour, HERE.