Introducing the Steven Slate Audio VSX system.

In 2001 I was mixing my band's EP in my little home studio in Boston, Mass. I spent days getting that EP to sound incredible. The drums were huge, the guitars were wide, the vocals cut through perfectly, and my band was thrilled.

I burned it onto a CD-R and all four of us hopped into my Toyota Camry to take a listen in the outside world.

What came out of those car speakers was a muddy, boomy, boxy, unintelligible piece of garbage. I was dumfounded. But of course, something must have been wrong.

The first thing I did was tell my bandmates to get the hell out of my car, because surely they were blocking the speakers and causing the songs to sound so band. But no that wasn't it.

What I didn't realize back then was that despite the fact that I'd saved up for some studio speakers and glued foam all over my walls, what I was hearing in that little studio was not the truth. Room modes were causing all kinds of peaks and dips, and I was non the wiser mixing around them, hence my bad results.

Twenty years later, and I truly believe that VSX will help solve this issue for many music creators. And I'm sure a lot of you are very skeptical of this technology, and you should be. But it works. I've proven it with a large group of testers, some picked specifically for the very nature of their skepticism.

Utilizing a state of the art beryllium driver headphone and binaural perception speaker modeling software, you can now create your music in precise models of pro mixing studios, mastering rooms, car stereos, nightclubs, audiophile mix rooms, boomboxes, and even other industry standard headphones, from anywhere in the world.

Once you get acquainted with the virtual speakers in VSX, mixing becomes EFFORTLESS. You mix with confidence, and know that your mixes will translate everywhere.

You mix on $80,000 mastering speakers, on two different car systems, on other pairs of classic industry phones, on emulations of consumer Apple Headphones, and more!