I’m super excited to bring you our 6th instalment of 10 Out of 10 - where we sit down with one of the Grammy Winning Producers to ask 10 quick fire questions. Today we have audio engineer and CEO, Krish Sharma. Krish provides us with some great insights into the music creation process and value of musicians - something Krish’s entire business is based on.
What’s your full name?
How many Grammy awards have you won and what for?
Ziggy Marley - Album: Family Time for: Mixing
Rolling Stones – Album: Blue and Lonesome For: Recording and Mixing
What’s something not many people know about you?
I started a company, called BYGMusic, to help with the financial well-being of music artists.
Which artists have you worked with?
What’s the best thing about being an audio engineer?
The best thing about being an audio engineer is the unique place one gets to Occupy in the creative process. You are at once an active participant in crafting the product on a very intimate level while also a guide for others as they contribute and express themselves. You are a player/coach and able to enjoy both collaboration and individual expression.
What’s the worst thing about being an audio engineer?
As with anything one is truly passionate about, it is difficult to find a balance between music and the rest of one’s life.
What did you think when we contacted you regarding Liberty 2 Pro and why did you agree to work with us?
I am passionate about music and the musical experience. I was inspired to work with a Company which took a holistic approach to the musical experience, including leveraging musicians as spokesperson through BYGMusic and a custom App experience.
When you first heard Liberty 2 Pro in its final form what did you think?
I thought that these things rocked. They are musical, transparent and easy to use. These headphones are finally an accessible step forward for an actual authentic listening experience. Most affordable headphones I have used reproduce a musical experience which is not very musical at all. Soundcore is the antidote to this problem. These headphones reproduce the audio spectrum faithfully and work well on a technical level – Bluetooth pairing etc – but much more importantly they are musical and provide a musical experience consistently.
Have your impressions of Liberty 2 Pro changed or have you noticed anything new?
Only that they have stood up to regular use and continue to sound great
Any other comments?
Music and the musicians who make it are precious commodities and deserve our support and respect. Thank you Soundcore for respecting the listening experience.
What are your thoughts on Krish’s responses? Do you think society values musicians enough? Leave your thoughts below.