Continuing with our Spectre Series, we caught up with R&B duo Jupiter Project about their first few weeks using the new HP Spectre notebook.
The boys from Jupiter Project are certainly busy, to say the least. When they aren’t playing at festivals alongside the likes of Steve Aoki, Flume and Skrillex, Marty Rich and Gavin Correia are travelling the globe and recording new music.
‘It’s super thin so it’s perfect to take wherever we are going, whether that’s home or the studio or jumping on a flight,’ says Gav.
We hooked them up each with one of these babies because the HP Spectre comes with plenty of features to help musos like Jupiter Project from the stage to the studio and beyond. With a thin and lightweight design, the HP Spectre barely puts a dent in the tiniest of carry-on baggage allowances.
‘We’ve actually been taking it everywhere with us the last few weeks, because we’ve been recording new music, including our upcoming single!’ says Gav.
The Spectre’s HP Audio Boost gives high-quality and dynamic sound, even at high volumes. In addition, the stereo speakers were engineered in collaboration with audio aficionados at Bang & Olufsen for an exemplary sound experience; meaning that artists like Jupiter Project can listen to their samples with the highest quality.
‘When you’re a producer, it’s important to be able to travel light, while still having the best technology. It means our work doesn’t stop; we can keep creating on the go,’ says Gav.
Discover more about the HP Spectre yourself here.