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Old 17th November 2018
Gear Maniac

Originally Posted by steelyfan View Post
I'd say look for an old crusty 6 - 8 channel analog mixer. This will give you a different e.q., preamp, and a different audip path in general. What alot of electronic music is missing to my ears is that subtle hiss or sound of a humming piece of electronics in the song. After stacking a few sounds and tracks, you don't hear the noise really but without it the mix is missing "something".
Great, but nowadays, with decent bx_ and Arturia (and many more) simulations, which one has the ‘best’ hiss and hum?
Like many, I’m willing to purchase hardware channels and DIs if needed
I want authentic old desk school sounds, Kraftwerk, Motown etc
I add two favorite (but I’m
not satisfied): Arturia V76, bx SSL 4000 E