i really been enjoying my new 2000e it sounds big and warm.sounds good on just about everything i run into it.
I've even been using it more than my MP-2NV, which doesn't necessarily mean that it's "better than".
I just love how "larger-than-life" sources sound through it, yet it keeps the signal tight, solid, and gel'd together nicely.
I've been playing around with the -15/-30 pad switches in relation to the EQ switches. I'm getting a good sound from this box.
I have one too, and have been tracking acoustic guitar and male tenor vox through it. It's making me happy. I haven't had a lot of time to fool with the pad/eq variables because I need to get a sound (which is turning out to be pretty easy no matter how I set it) and work fast right now. Bowisc, what are you liking when trying the pad/eq? Is there a particular source/mic/eq/pad combo that stands out?
Just how the signal saturates. It's flavah that is pleasant. Maybe Sebby-Baby can chime in on what's going on inside the box.
[ September 17, 2003, 09:53 AM: Message edited by: GreenLawns ]
I hate sebatron! for not giving me one for free :)
I'm in N.Y. and was wondering who the distributor in my area is ....Thanks, Jim
I had a chance to mess around with a Sebatron this week and I enjoyed it quite a bit. Regarding the pads/eq, the first thing I did is decide which input level sounds best- the Seb input gently saturates in a manner I find most pleasing :) I recorded some vocals yesterday, playing around with the pads to modify the input distortion. After I had the pad selected that I liked, I tried the eq settings. The eq settings are listed in a thread on the Sebatron Forum, and if you look at them (or listen) you can tell that the settings were carefully developed. I tracked vox that were gently distorting and vox that were clean, and liked both. Sorry for the rambling post, need... coffee... Doc