In this weekly series of articles you will discover what are the business insider’s favorite albums and tracks. We have contacted a broad selection of industry experts and each Wednesday you can discover one of those guy’s favorite albums and why this is so. Check out our previous “Favorite album of” articles here: https://www.headfonia.com/category/fav-album-of/
This week’s honor goes to Piotr from CustomArt, a Polish based maker of good Custom Inear Monitors. We’ve looked at there products several times already.
The CustomArt H8P: https://www.headfonia.com/customart-harmony-8-pro-mindblowing/
The CustomArt 8.2: https://www.headfonia.com/review-custom-art-harmony-8-2-sound-done-right/
The CustomArt Ei.3: https://www.headfonia.com/review-customart-ei-3-big-bold/
Who am I:
I am Piotr Granicki, owner of Custom Art – a Polish custom IEM company. I manage the company and I’m responsible for tuning the sound of our monitors. I also do some lab work, especially with silicone monitors.
I would have to say Juggernaut: Omega. This album is both heavy and melodic with some great songs.
It’s almost impossible for me to choose only one, really, but I’m going to say The Bad Thing. It has great guitar work with lots of dissonance, weighty vocals and constantly changing pace which keeps you engaged and focused.
On the go I listen from my HTC 10, currently paired with a prototype FIBAE (Flat Impedance Balanced Armature Earphone) technology IEM. I try to carry in my pockets as little as possible so I don’t really use external amplifiers and DAPs for commute listening.
At office we use Dynaudio BM5A MKII paired with Fast Track sound card. They are great active monitors with sweeter/warmer midrange than you typically hear from studio speakers it makes them great for just playing music as they don’t force you to focus on details.
If you want to check out Piotr’s favorite album, you can do so here:
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFOd1gazZu0my2RZg6b_XtVfOlVUN9ISt (not available in all countries)
Thank you Piotr for being on the series and for giving us a little insight in what you like to listen to. If you have suggestions of who we should feature in this article series, let us know in the comments!
Up to next week…