If I could only have one, that should be flexible enough to handle the task of mixing, it should definitely have variable q. To me this would be the Modern White. Mammoth is definitely great but IMO it's not made to be the one and only eq.
Another possible approach is to buy the APE/Fate/Mammoth package if you already have a very good algorithmic eq (like Fabfilter or Equality), which gives you the classic A*I/N**e sounds and the Mammoth on top of those. This could be a beautiful base for your mixing eq needs.
Yes. The Mammoth also has a very particular sound, colored and too drastic in some occasions which is why I use it on material where I need that 'silk veil' it puts on everything (common in most Passive EQs, nothing bad at all).
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Mercado_Negro wrote: Its sound. I always try both when I'm equalizing and I always end up using the CLeQ. The MWeQ has a very particular sound that may or may not work in everything, the CLeQ always works
I was tempted to buy it but I think it doesn't have such narrow cuts as the MWQ.