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love these N*v* filters, really nice, both low pass and high pass and really handy to have both filters on 1 instance of nebula, so i can low pass and high pass a source if necessary without needing more than 1 instance of Neb
Hi! I'm demoing Honey EQ and like it a lot 'cause I can place this on many tracks and use HP filters and get a good sound quite fast.
BUT, I have a lot of Nebula EQs already, Nebula console emulations etc and have noticed that both of you praise the Nxxe filters from TimP. My plan is to purchase n2065 and use them on all tracks to clean up and then put some of my Aqua/Nebula EQs on different tracks. In short: I'll try this combination rather than cash out for Honey now.(try using what I have instead of always purchase new expensive things...!).
I reckon that n2065 don't demand so much CPU so it's no problem using this on a bunch of tracks?
Just a "newbie" question: I'm familiar with using HP filters, but when / or on what tracks do you use Low Pass? I can think of using Low Pass on background vocals to push them a bit in the background, and perhaps guitars - especially el-guitars to achieve the same thing. There is a lot of talk about High Pass filters (cleaning up the low end etc) - but hardly any info about when mixers use Low Pass AFAIK...!
It is also to create depth and contrast for instruments. not all instruments needs to be in your face and bright. try to make the vocals shine, overheads, cymbals and something else and the rest try to filter them a bit more. it will make the mix shine.. good to use on fizzy electric guitars, vocals too sometimes are too bright .if you want that vintage tape vibe low passing is nice.
hope that helps
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