"As a professional musician, I tried a lot of headphones, basically in studios during recording sessions and I ask frequently about the best compromise to buy a Professional headphone. Logically, we don't have the same system of audition… until OLLO Audio arrives! I discovered very realistic results, because I'm a percussionist and at my beginnings, we didn't have ear protections, then I lost a little bit of audition, but nothing troubling because I take care of myself.. The best thing its that I can put a very low volume and I can listen to everything. The result of my premixes in different sources it's awesome and very close with that I made with the OLLO S4. Thanks for the excellent work!"
Inor Sotolongo is part of these eclectic and strict musicians who give a supplement of soul to any musical universe. Born in Cuba, he is formed at the Academy "Manuel Saumell" and the prestigious Cuban conservatory "Amadeo Roldán", in Havana.
Very quickly, he started to play with cuban artists as Orquesta "Enrique Jorrín", Rubén Gonzalez, Pablo Milanés, Silvio Rodriguez, José M. Vitier, José Luis Quintana "Changuito", Tata Güines, Miguel "Angá" Díaz, and with the Ernan Lopez-Nussa's 4tet meet renowned venues around the world.
Many events in Havana made him collaborate with Michel Camillo, Dave Koz, N'Dea Davenport, Me'shell Ndegeocello, Montell Jordan, Bonnie Raitt, Paddy Maloney, Luis Eduardo Aute, Carlos Benavent, Sabine Hettlich, etc…
Inor moved to France in 2001 and started to play with many artists as Andy Narell, Deep Forest, Zucchero, Omar Sosa, Paco Sery, Mokhtar Samba, Emilio Santiago, Ramiro Musotto, Elza Soares, Chano Dominguez, Mayra Andrade, Fabiana Cozza, Marcio Faraco, Orquestra do Fubá, David Sanchez, Roberto Fonseca, Caratini Jazz Ensemble, Roberto Alagna, Daniela Mercury, Carlinhos Brown, Michel Fugain, Yilian Cañizares, Catherine Ringer, Lorie, Oum, WDR Big Band, Les Amazones d'Afrique, Souad Massi, and many others.
Also Latin Grammy Nominated in 2016, his skills are in constant evolution and allows him to devote itself to the most audacious experimentation.
OLLO vs. Sennheiser vs. Audeze vs. AKG vs. Beyerdynamics vs. Audio Technica
We measured and compare the frequency responses of the main mixing headphones on the market. Measurements were made using G.R.A.S 45CC using IEC 60318-1 ear simulator and Dewesoft AD conversion Sirius system.