September 7, 2006

'Nuff Said...

by Chris Randall
 

Okay, we've decided what we're going to do for the next AD product. I'm not going to say what it is until we have a working proof-of-concept, but suffice to say it was mentioned in the previous topic of conversation, and is a real, existing, current piece of hardware. We've contacted the manufacturer, and they were agreeable to our terms, so the ball is rolling.


So, to work. We should have something to look at next week.

 
 
 

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Sep.09.2006 @ 11:46 AM
penzoil washington
sorry, i think that dbx 120, which I have owned, is good only for generating a lot of useless sub bass mush that doesn't need to be on a record. better for a playback system, if anything.

waves maxbass does the opposite, so there's little point in comparing the 2. it takes your too-bassy signal and generates higher harmonics so that normal peoples' systems have some hope of getting a clue as to what's going on down there. it works ok sometimes.

marshall time modulator. the main point of this unit is that it is analog and yet is full bandwidth. the modulation stuff isn't all that unique. turing it into a plugin is pretty pointless as it'd just be a clean delay with some funky mod parameters. Ursa would be much more interesting, imo.

 
 

 
Sep.09.2006 @ 6:23 PM
subbasshead
"good only for generating a lot of useless sub bass mush that doesn't need to be on a record."

if you say so...

but it sure isnt a true statement in the film world
(i speak from experience, not hypothesis)

& the same is true of mixing for 5.1

any tool can be misused to generate useless mush,
take a listen to half the generica being produced...

 
 

 
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