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Brought to you from the man who invented the term “Parametric Equalization”, the 8200 has been an industry standard for over twenty years, and can be found on virtually every major recording studio’s stereo bus. Each of the five broadly-overlapping bands offers 15dB of Boost or Cut and adjustable bandwidth (or “Q”) from 0.4 to 4. The lowest and highest bands also can be switched to Shelf mode. Quite simply, the 8200 is the archetype Stereo Parametric Equalizer. Its extraordinary resolution, benchmark transparency, generous headroom, and surgical precision have been the reference for many other equalizers but exceeded by no other. The 2U 8200 uses one 8355 PSU.

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Acustica audio acqua plugins general discussion

In my experience with the Massive Passive and GML, I would suggest the opposite. The Massenburg parametric GML 8200 was made for precision stereo buss or mastering with a clean sound, and the Hutch pultec-ish design on the Massive Passive was great on individual sound sources but could add a little on busses and...

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Acustica audio acqua plugins general discussion

...includes a Neve 1272 line amp. 1960s/early 70s era hardware. Green (7)- George Massenburg Labs Model 8200 equalizer aka GML8200 Honey (7) - 1970s era Harrison 32C equalizer + Harrison console preamp Ivory (10) - Maselec MEA-2 equalizer (IAE2, year 2017 model), Maselec MLA-4 (Mac-3, multiband compressor/limiter), COMP 1B is a single band derivative of the...

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Parametric EQ to complement Clariphonic and Mini Massive

...after. Having a look at used prices, I could get just one of these: Curve Bender, Mastering Massive Passive or a GML 8200. But in true Gearslutz fashion, I could get two - a clean one and a character one - of the less expensive ones, which would give more flexibility, I think: - Clean: CAG 250...

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