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Re: AlexB: Massive Mix eQ

Postby deehope » Sun Mar 13, 2016 1:51 am

How does this compare to mammoth?
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Re: AlexB: Massive Mix eQ

Postby davidgary73 » Sun Mar 13, 2016 2:12 am

deehope wrote:How does this compare to mammoth?


MMeQ sounded when i was testing the demo against Magenta and Mammoth.
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Re: AlexB: Massive Mix eQ

Postby Avgatzeblouz » Sun Mar 13, 2016 2:36 am

davidgary73 wrote:
deehope wrote:How does this compare to mammoth?


MMeQ sounded when i was testing the demo against Magenta and Mammoth.


I think your post lacks a word !! :lol:
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Re: AlexB: Massive Mix eQ

Postby davidgary73 » Sun Mar 13, 2016 2:52 am

Avgatzeblouz wrote:
davidgary73 wrote:
deehope wrote:How does this compare to mammoth?


MMeQ sounded when i was testing the demo against Magenta and Mammoth.


I think your post lacks a word !! :lol:


Hahaha..yes. The word is "better".

MMeQ sounded better when i was testing the demo against Magenta and Mammoth.
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Re: AlexB: Massive Mix eQ

Postby RJHollins » Sun Mar 13, 2016 5:13 am

In my opinion ...

The MMeQ is an excellent equalizer. It is my new go to 'Massive' design for Mastering.

I've not done direct A/B compares to Mammoth nor Magenta.

Mammoth use to be my 1st call, but I very much like how AlexB organizes his libraries. Mammoth had separate presets for cut/boost ... AlexB has both in one preset.

As to the Acqua design ... they are very good, however, I prefer the flexibility of Nebula to select bands as needed ... enough times I need 2 freq choices from the same band/preset. With Acquas I need to load another instance ... Nebula I load just the band I need.

Note ... I use a custom made MIDI controller [NVC-RAK - MMeQ] that allows me to have 8 to 16 MMeQ bands on call. I like to be able to mix combinations of 'clean' and 'full' presets to a desired harmonic content.

With 90+% of my work as Mastering, I can afford a more varied/complex workflow. And to that, I'm quite picky as to what MIDI controller I design for a library [the time/dev requirement], and MMeQ has earned that.
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