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Inductor style eq to complement pultecs on mixbus?
Old 1 week ago
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A lot of people on here are saying Chandler Curve Bender or Massive Passive and I'd have to agree. Both completely different, but both work on just about anything. Someone mentioned the mids on the massive, and they were also correct. It's my favorite aspect of them and sometimes the only thing I use it for.

The plugins sound really good and are definitely worthy of giving you an idea of how well it will work or not. Specifically the UAD ones.

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Old 6 days ago
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I'm sure both massive passive and curve bender are stunning, but those are some intense prices. That's why I was hoping for something like hammer for mids over massive passive (especially as I think AML pultec pair wins on highs/lows from all accounts on massive passive), and something inductor based that's less than 4k for curve bender substitute. but I'd be more than happy with a massive passive and curve bender combo if the cash just showed up!
Old 6 days ago
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I'm sure both massive passive and curve bender are stunning, but those are some intense prices. That's why I was hoping for something like hammer for mids over massive passive (especially as I think AML pultec pair wins on highs/lows from all accounts on massive passive), and something inductor based that's less than 4k for curve bender substitute. but I'd be more than happy with a massive passive and curve bender combo if the cash just showed up!
The hammer is killer and the midrange is nice as well. A good friend of mine has one and uses it on all of his mixes pretty much all of the time.

The Kush plugin of it is pretty close, again, just to check out. If the chandler and manley are out of budget, the hammer will give you something to work with that sounds great check it out.
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The hammer is killer and the midrange is nice as well. A good friend of mine has one and uses it on all of his mixes pretty much all of the time.

The Kush plugin of it is pretty close, again, just to check out. If the chandler and manley are out of budget, the hammer will give you something to work with that sounds great check it out.
Please...don't temp me with another EQ. I've been reading so much about the Hammer ever since they were released but I gotta stop somewhere, or at least I should.
Old 5 days ago
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haha, well the good thing is no one will ever know you didn't use one on their mix. Nor will they know if you did.
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haha, well the good thing is no one will ever know you didn't use one on their mix. Nor will they know if you did.
This is coming from someone who is trying to figure out how to afford a $4000 compressor. lol ^
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