author, arranger, sound engineer, music producer and founder @ Maxy Sound studio and music label
Using S4 mixing & S4R recording headphones
"S4R are great for recording. No leaks, really comfortable even during long sessions and great sounding. S4 are my first pick for mixing and/or mix checking. They are impressive to tweak tiny details my loudspeakers cannot translate properly."
Massimiliano Titi (also known as Max Titi) is an author, arranger, sound engineer, music producer and founder of the Maxy Sound studio and music label.
Back in 1995, he began his career as a music producer and promoter and a few years later (1999) he decided to start his own recording studio. As an author, he has composed hundreds of songs, some of which have ranked high in the charts and been broadcast by major radio and TV stations. He is the mastermind behind projects such as Indian Calling, TCO, The Green Shamrocks, Sisters in Gospel, and has produced artists such as Alban Fùam, Riccardo Polidoro, Bruno Marini, Bobby Solo, Danilo Sacco and many others.
Max Titi has also worked as a sound engineer with some of the most popular Italian and international music artists and composers and for many indie and major record labels. In 2007 he won the second prize at the Sanremo Festival with the song “Bivio” performed by Stefano Centomo (Time/ Universal).
In the field of media music production, he has written and produced music for commercials and soundtracks of films such as “Il cielo può attendere”, “Donne di sabbia”, “Il dott. Smith e il castello fantastico”, “Black Border Warriors“, and “Son of the Wolf” to just name a few, and tv programs such as “TG1”, “TG5”, “Gt Ragazzi”, “Velone”, “Lettere d’amore”, “Zecchino D’oro”, “Overland” and many more.
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.