timp wrote:If you want a massive low end it would be N**e eq, very coloured though ,a little more subtle and pretty go for a pultec.
Sorry but I have to ask. Are you talking about N**e equalizers sampled for Nebula? If that's the case, which? In my personal experience *all* N**e EQs for Nebula has a pretty thin sound which is pretty obvious by just inserting them in your tracks (though I agree, they're very colorful). Maybe they can give you a tight low end once you start boosting low frequencies but their 'normal' sound is 'thin' compared to most sampled EQs.
To me, the tightest and more robust EQ in Nebula land is the VBeQ by AlexB.
This is all, of course, based on my experiences
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Maybe your right .I allways thought that 73eq had a big round sort low end ,more out of control couloured .I allways ended up puting a high pass on the just underneath the N**e low boost .But I did allways have to push it to get to the correct eq, so thats probably where the confusion lies.Everthing sticks out with the N**e to me.
My fav all round eq is the cleq ,never gets in the way.