Products from a Biggleswade company were used by the BBC for their flagship show The Voice.
Professional Monitor Company (PMC), whose headquarters are at Holme Court, provided speakers to all four coaches which they used in their rooms as they helped contestants in the build up to their live performances.
We were delighted to be selected as the audio partner for The Voice.Keith Tonge, Creative Director at PMC
Shown on Saturday evenings, the UK’s premier talent show switches from the studio to the judges coaching rooms, where the judges work with each of the contestants to hone their skills prior to the Saturday evening live performances.
PMC speakers were selected for each room due to their reputation for the highest performance whether within the recording studio or the home.
Commenting on the use of PMC by The Voice, Keith Tonge, Creative Director at PMC said, “We were delighted to be selected as the audio partner for The Voice.
“PMC has had a long-standing relationship with recording artists and studios the world over, so to be associated with this premier Saturday night national TV talent spotting competition further endorses our position as the artists speakers of choice.”
Legendary artist and producer Will.i.am selected PMC’s flagship BB5 XBD-A’s due to their industry-leading design and technical prowess, whilst Rita Ora chose the elegant fact.3’s in white.
Sir Tom Jones preferred the wood-finished fact.12’s in his room whilst Ricky Wilson selected the twotwo.8’s due to his familiarity with the studio environment.
PMC has, for over 25 years, designed, manufactured and supplied loudspeakers to many of the worlds leading recording studios.
For more information on the company visit www.pmc-speakers.com