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Re: The Strong 'Low Enders'...

Postby AlexB » Fri Jul 30, 2010 11:49 pm

So much gear to sampling, so little time! :mrgreen:
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Re: The Strong 'Low Enders'...

Postby Tim Petherick » Sun Apr 03, 2011 12:41 am

alex b's cleq has a solid tight low end as does the geq from cdsoundmaster .These are cleaner eq's.

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.

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Re: The Strong 'Low Enders'...

Postby Mercado_Negro » Sun Apr 03, 2011 8:06 am

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.

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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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Re: The Strong 'Low Enders'...

Postby Tim Petherick » Sun Apr 03, 2011 12:31 pm

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.

I have the vbeq too , nice character eq. :)


I'll will look at the N**e again.
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Re: The Strong 'Low Enders'...

Postby hopsing » Sun Apr 03, 2011 5:18 pm

I love the lowend of my NTP 182-150, sampled it myself, you can download it here:
http://www.fileuploadx.de/587587
Not the most versatile EQ, but very punchy and rarely in the way.
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Re: The Strong 'Low Enders'...

Postby greekpeet » Mon Apr 04, 2011 4:42 pm

This is a tricky question, because your sound source should be pretty strong and almost 'there' in the first place.

When I do need to take it to the next level:

DocFear low end program is awesome for really shaping the low end elements beautifully.

Peak by CDsoundmaster

Sometimes you can use these programs together and really compliment things nicely.

Of all the eq programs, and the tons of hours I've put into learning all of them in general I always reach for these two. 90% of the time its the DocFear.

Might not even work on your music though!
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Re: The Strong 'Low Enders'...

Postby Raiden OffKey » Mon Apr 04, 2011 10:25 pm

AlexB wrote:The best low end ?

moog vintage parametric equalizer (2u rack)... Coming Soon :mrgreen:

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... And his FAT line amp 8-)


Oh you tease! :mrgreen:
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Re: The Strong 'Low Enders'...

Postby HIFIDELITY » Tue Apr 05, 2011 10:41 pm

Yeh, Iv been painfully awaiting the mug suite for a looooong time now :D
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Re: The Strong 'Low Enders'...

Postby Guest » Thu Apr 07, 2011 9:54 am

Mercado_Negro wrote:73eQ and Mammoth do a good job in that range.

Classic Logic EQ (CLQ). This is what I use in the low-end when I need to work on a specific range the 73eQ or Mammoth don't have.


Not sure if I'll agree about Mammoth. I LOVE this EQ but not really for the low end...kind of muddy if you ask me. Can be ok on some sources but that's about it.
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Re: The Strong 'Low Enders'...

Postby Mplay » Thu Apr 07, 2011 10:45 am

I make sure the kick stays mono ( if you chose mono-l in kernel page, only the left kernels are used to process the audio)
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