This eq would sound the beez

Discussion in 'Production' started by TongueFlap, Sep 15, 2009.

  1. TongueFlap

    TongueFlap Flappin'

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    between a low hum and a high whine
    you need the SSL X rack to make it work, so not just 500.
    and 4 bands are plenty for hardware eq...
     
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    Tis true.

    Asif they've got a Behringer Ultracurve as an alternative product on that site :|
     
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    hahah! ludicrous :rinsed:
     
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    haha madness! hmmmm SSL or behringer.. hmm
     
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    actually nothing wrong with the ultra curve...
    current value uses one between his pc and
    monitor to correct standing waves in the room...

    so does flo from phace now after hearing the
    results...
     
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    Didnt say there was anything wrong with it, its just hardly an "alternative" for the EQ section of an E-Series SSL.