A while ago you mastered a dance project I worked on as a mix engineer. You did a great job (as expected). But what I want to know: the 2-4k range sounds excellent on practically all your work. It's strong, powerful but never harsh. How do you do it? What's you recipe? Any advise for mixers?
Is there a particular precision EQ you like using on the mids that gives you a bunch of tight bands concentrated in this area? Is this how you get a nice emphasis on the frequency extension ranges (low lows and high highs) in mid-heavy mixes? It sounds to me like a lot of the bands you've done originally had very mid-intense mixes, like RHCP and White Stripes. Thanks.
One of the best sounding EQs I've ever used were the Neumann OE duo EQs built into the Neumann console. They have a super wide midrange and they sound like nothing else. The only problem is you can't hit them that hard. They were built for disc mastering.