Oscar P has logged in set times at some of the world’s leading venues like The Works (Detroit), Output (Brooklyn), Cielo (NY), King King (Los Angeles), Norad & Beta (Denver), Supperclub (NL), La Santanera (Mexico), Area 22 (Italy), Cinema Club (Bogota), Spin Nightclub (San Diego), Stereo (Montreal), and The Grasshopper (MI).
As a producer / remixer he’s had 34 tracks in the Top 10, the last 3 years alone. We drilled him about his secret weapons in his scaled down mobile studio located in North Park, San Diego. His answer: Sony MDR-7506 Headphones.
"I’ve been using these headphones for mix down for years now. I think one of the main problems that come with moving and relocating from city to city is of course the adjustment of the sound in each room you work in. It takes time to adjust your ears to each room. Add that to the problem of your neighbors not wanting noise pounding their walls, and you could have a problem."
"The solution for me — The MDR-7506s are portable allowing you to take them along in a backpack, briefcase, or jacket. Moreover, you can hear brilliant treble frequencies and lows thanks to their 10 Hz - 20 kHz frequency response. The MDR-7506s' 106 dB sensitivity allows you to crank up audio tracks at a good volume so you can enjoy great sound….SO what you hear in your room, is what you will hear in the club."
"The headphones are a great choice for house, deep, techno, and digital audio in general. These headphones have definitely helped me keep and develop my sound over the years. Especially when moving from New York to San Diego. Once my ears adjusted, I started cranking out tunes and remixes."
Oscar P operates two of the most respected underground house labels, Kolour Recordings and Open Bar Music. He also co-produces West Coast Weekender. A boutique music conference and festival that attracts people from all over the world to his home base in California.
Recently he’s landed on Spotify’s Top 50 new head-spinning tracks of the year feat Nina Kraviz, Oscar P & DJ Stingray, Norty Cotto, Man Power, Ataxia, Ekman, a naughty, and more.