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Anyone still use the TC 6000 for mastering? Multi-Effects Processors (HW)
Old 3rd March 2018
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Anyone still use the TC 6000 for mastering?

With all the great mastering tools today, I wonder how relevant the TC 6000 Mastering is in 2018. I k own they made some minor updates with the mark II version.
TC Electronic Music 6000 MKII with TC Icon MKII - Vintage King Pro Audio Outfitter
Old 4th March 2018
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Héhé this question seems to come back once every two years or so
Old 5th March 2018
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Sold it some time ago, bought it again.

Love the de-esser, dynamic EQ and Dynamic Limiter. Very nice sounding HPF too.

Don't use the multi-band at all. VSS4 reverb is also nice

Paid 2200 EUR for the second one with a mastering license , the price they are asking for a new one is ridiculous.
Old 5th March 2018
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Sold it some time ago, bought it again.

Love the de-esser, dynamic EQ and Dynamic Limiter. Very nice sounding HPF too.

Don't use the multi-band at all. VSS4 reverb is also nice

Paid 2200 EUR for the second one with a mastering license , the price they are asking for a new one is ridiculous.
Mmm at that price I'd buy it
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