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Old 1 week ago
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Mixbus eq?

I am thinking of drawmer 1974, neve 8803, Any other suggestions. First mix eq that I can do track mg and mixbus. I want more of a retro vibe any suggestions?
Old 1 week ago
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I am thinking of drawmer 1974, neve 8803, Any other suggestions. First mix eq that I can do track mg and mixbus. I want more of a retro vibe any suggestions?
It's super simple, but the EQ on the Tegeler Creme is nice for sweetening a touch.
Old 1 week ago
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I need something that will not break the bank and max do mastering and mix buss work.
Old 1 week ago
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The new Buzz Audio Zodiac looks interesting for your application. Also maybe a used Great River EQ2V. It’s a great EQ.
Old 1 week ago
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I heard the great river loved that. Just thinking what options are out there. Also anybody work with the 1974?
Old 1 week ago
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I like my Elysia X-Filter.

Very reasonably priced.
Old 1 week ago
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I used to use a pair of A Designs EM-PEQ’s, they’re broad and good for bus work, sound great for tracking lots of sources as well
Old 1 week ago
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Kush Audio Electra
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I am thinking of drawmer 1974, neve 8803,
i have a Neve 8803 and use it mainly for the filters.

i find the knobs on the 8803 a bit small and dinky for my old eyes these days.

i use 2 tube pultecs as well as the Neve, and if i had to make a choice between the 2 it would be for the pultecs.

hope that helps. Buddha
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Manley massive massive... makes the mids pop out of the speakers very nicely but not I am overly annoying or aggressive way.
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another vote for a used Great River eq-2NV over here - sounds great and is a TRUE workhorse. studio or in a rack on the road.

one power switch and one trim pot in god knows how many years.
bypassed the switch and the pot ia very simple to replace
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Old 1 week ago
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Kush Audio Electra
Only if you don’t care about recall...they’re also not particularly “colourful”, and fairly limited.

For a won’t break the bank option the A Designs Hammer is pretty good - hard to make it sound bad on mixbuss, also great for tracking piano, overheads etc.
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I think a HendyAmps Michelangelo will bring you happiness.
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is anyone using a Red 2 on mix buss?

i know its non recall, but still maybe a good option at medium cost and high quality.

Buddha
Old 1 week ago
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I'm very interested in hearing an Aurora Audio GT4-2 for this purpose. And now I'm intrigued by the Michelangelo as well.
Old 1 week ago
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+1 on A-Designs Hammer. Flexible enough, sounds good, won’t do any harm.
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